Big Ten Faces Massive Losses Without Football Game Days
Like all its Big Ten brethren, Rutgers faces a staggering potential loss if football is not played this fall. The N.J. school brings in roughly $4.45 million annually in football game profit and $103.25 million in total revenue.
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