Better late than never, we begin posting the handful of poster schedules that arrived on our doorstep. These two beauties are of the Nevada men's and women's teams. Thanks to Aaron! Click the images for an enlarged view.
Money talks and B.S. walks. The Memphis Business Journal examined expenses and revenue for 339 basketball teams for the 2009-10 season. Duke, which beat Butler to win the national title, led in spending with $12.2 million — an average of $137,612 per player. The Blue Devils also generated $26.6 million in revenue, tops in the land.
Butler, which lost to Duke in the title game, broke even. The Bulldogs spent every last penny of their $2.8 million in revenue — an average of $33,202 per player.
According to the Journal's searchable database, Kentucky spent the most per player — $196,147. Sacramento State spent the least — $4.064.