Note: The Big Ten’s new TV deals with Fox and ESPN started in 2017-18 when per-school revenue jumped to more than $50 million. Conference tax returns for this past year will be available in 2019.
* Average among schools receiving full share. Some disparities exist in the way conferences calculate shares.
** Newer members Nebraska, Maryland and Rutgers don’t receive full shares yet.
^ Doesn’t include some third-tier TV revenue kept by the schools. Revenue from the Longhorn Network, for example, is not part of the conference distribution.