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  1. https://s3.amazonaws.com/undsports.com/documents/2019/5/17/FY_2018_NCAA_Report_Filed.pdf
  2. http://badlandsngls.com/ http://www.nytimes.com/1991/11/15/business/company-news-rexene-awash-in-debts-turns-up-as-golf-sponsor.html http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1617146/000161714614000001/xslFormDX01/primary_doc.xml
  3. http://blogs.und.edu/und-today/wp-content/uploads/sites/68/2018/01/UND-FY-2017-NCAA-Report.pdf
  4. From 2016 FY NCAA Financial Report: Support Staff Football $ 94,220 1,108/Scholarship 8,565/per gm (11 games) Men's Basketball $ 79,158 5,654/Scholarship 2,827/per gm (28 games) Uniforms/Equipment Football $ 229,858 2,704/scholarship (85) Men's Basketball $ 46,052 3,209/scholarship (14) EADA Report (Reporting Year 7/1/16-6/30/17) 16 Grand Total Revenues Minus Grand Total Expenses (Line 14- Line 11) $1,274,005
  5. It has been posted since at least February as I downloaded a copy on February 3.
  6. Believe what you want to believe, it was on the UND website and I downloaded it to my computer. Erik Martinson is listed as the primary contact. Auditors were listed as Brady Martz and Associates. Spin it however you want, D1 athletics is expensive.
  7. The answer is in UND's FY16 NCAA Report as Submitted 01.17.17_FINAL.
  8. FY2016 4.0 million operating expenses 1.77 million operating revenue.
  9. Football is on the clock. The projected savings today will be overtaken by the increased costs of athletics probably within 5 years. Hopefully, attendance rises and is sustained above D2 levels. In the future a decision may have to be made whether to retain men's hockey or football.
  10. Malia Schneider 30 games-24g-16a , Ashton Bell 31 games-39g-21a, Willow Slobodzian 24 games-6g-13a, Kara Werth 25 games-13g-10a, Taylor Wemple 25 games-7g-14a Hailey Karbonik 42 games-13g-9a, Gabbie Hughes 23 games-29g-38a, Hanna Olsson 26 games-18g-12a
  11. Women’s college hockey isn’t just about a few teams winning while being stacked with a couple of superstars anymore. Depth is as important as anything else and the pool of talented players has grown exponentially. That’s what makes for so many close games. Read more: http://www.uscho.com/2017/02/08/wednesday-women-the-home-stretch/#ixzz4Y7PeFfKA Four countries recorded at least one shutout (United States, Canada, Russia, Finland), and the 21 games produced only 88 goals, an indication that parity has arrived as the weaker teams improve. Further, North Americans are no longer able to score at will the way they used to. Furthermore, individual players aren’t as dominant as they used to be. http://u18worldwomen2017.iihf.com/en/news/barnes-sets-record/
  12. Whatever, I am still going to have a good day.
  13. There may be a reason for that other than a lack of interest. I tend look to the USCHO board since it has more objective discussion with posters that watch the games.
  14. How is UNO and Denver's football team doing? It is kind of funny in that I did not mention women's hockey. I also did not start the ROI discussion. I talked about increasing costs. I must have hit on a sacred cow. There have been athletic budget issues at UND before women's athletics were funded. I suspect there will be budget issues ahead even if cuts are made. I have seen articles were the cost of athletics is rising faster than revenues from athletics and the cost of academics. I hope attendance does rise for football past its peak attendance. We also have to remember costs have risen since those days. Struggling with athletic budgets is not unique to UND. It is not restricted to FCS, it is not restricted to schools that have certain programs. I will let the administrators make those decisions.
  15. So I guess not wanting UND to continue to lose 1.5M dollars a year on one sport is somehow sexist!! Since the average FCS team loses around 2.5 based on Bloomberg article, looking at costs shouldn't be a problem, right.
  16. Ok tell me how you are going reconcile costs rising faster than revenues in FCS football? Since this a budget crisis and all, wouldn't it be prudent not to look only at cost of programs but costs within programs. And for the record, I followed UND's football signing day.
  17. The point is for one program, it supposed be all about dollars and cents and ROI. For other programs, it is about hyperbole such a potential and supposed prestige. What is it going to cost to fund at championship levels? How is it going to be funded? What are those limits? People advocate FBS thinking their is money to be made, show me the money. I see people advocating to stay in what they consider a more "prestigious" conference when it costs the athletic department more. Most people outside their regions couldn't tell you who is in the WAC, Big Sky, or Summit.
  18. So the facility was just for football. Are the costs for operation allocated to the football program?
  19. After cutting the sports, would it better to divert money from football to basketball since we would probably get a better ROI at less cost?
  20. So advocating the set up below (Clemson's football facility) to stay at championship level? Also outside is what's called the Player Village. It has a basketball court, a putt-putt course, a sand volleyball court, a whiffle ball court, more outdoor fire pits, a player pavilion and a lawn area in the shape of a football where players can set up yard games or chairs and watch a movie on a 20-by-20 foot pop-up movie screen. There are also grills and wood-burning fireplaces for the team to eat together. "This was opened up yesterday for the players, and they wore this out last night," Turnipseed said. Back inside, there's a player's lounge with Xbox games, arcade games, ping-pong tables, pool tables and a bowling alley.
  21. There’s a cost associated with that exposure, according to NCAA research. Subsidies increased an average of $1.2 million when teams reclassified from FCS to FBS. When the report says the dependence on student fees will decrease, it doesn’t actually mean students will pay less. Currently, JMU student fees account for almost 80 percent of the $33 million it costs to fund JMU athletics. CarrSports’ report estimates that percentage will drop to 72.7 percent to 74.8 percent, but because expenses are expected to increase by 12.8 to 13.7 percent, the cost per student would still increase. In fiscal year 2011, the program’s (UMass Amherst) last year in FCS, football expenses totaled $4.4 million, $3.2 of which came from university support, student fees and out-of-state tuition waivers. UMass Amherst’s first year in the FBS was expected to cost $5.4 million with $4.4 coming from the university and students. Instead, expenses totaled $6.0 million, $5.0 million of which came from university sources and student fees. Last fiscal year, the football budget was projected to be $6.5 million, with $4.2 million from the university and students. Instead, football expenses came in at $7.2 million, with at least $4.5 million from the university and students.
  22. In the past decade, annual football expenses at a typical FCS school have increased from less than $2 million to $3.5 million. In the same period, revenue has expanded from $430,000 to $1 million. Every time a school eliminates a sport, it blames the rising cost of scholarships or Title IX. But a growing body of independent research, including The Post’s, shows the real story. Example: Rutgers is $36.3 million in the red. In 2006, it pled necessity in cutting a half-dozen sports. Yet at the same time, Rutgers was spending $175,000 on hotel rooms for six home football games — more than the entire budget of the eliminated men’s tennis team.
  23. http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/sports/college/nmsu/2017/01/11/nmsu-athletics-budget-cuts-tops-1-million-over-past-two-years/93936282/ Expenses are rising faster than revenues in athletics. Even Nebraska-Omaha without football and women's hockey faces challenges.
  24. How much institutional support do you want to give athletics versus eliminating an academic program such as nursing at Dickinson State?
  25. Most of the concern on this board about the budget is how it relates to the football program. As for potential, has UND's institutional subsidies decreased or increased than from when it was D2?
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