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NEW: See What Oregon’s College Basketball Teams are Worth

Thursday, April 02, 2015

 

The Wall Street Journal released data from a study on Thursday ranking the top 115 college basketball teams in the country, not by how good they are, but by how much they are worth.

Oregon, Oregon State 

The Oregon Ducks find themselves inside the top 60 according to the Journal. Oregon has a value of $36,708,000 and brought in $11,274,460 in revenue in 2014. 

Oregon State lands at the 69 spot with a value of $32,113,000, just ahead of DePaul and behind Rutgers. According to the Journal, Oregon State brought in $9,895,865 in revenue in 2014. 

The Rankings

The Wall Street Journal found that the Louisville Cardinals are worth the most with a value of $367,435,000. Arizona is ranked second with a value of $314,959,000 while Kansas, Ohio State and final four bound Wisconsin round out the top five. 

The number one team in the country, undefeated Kentucky comes in at number six with a value of $213,285,000. 

The least valuable team is deemed to be UTEP with a value of $11,572,000. 

The Study

The valuations were done by Ryan Brewer, who is an assistant professor of finance at Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus. Brewer analyzed each programs revenues and expenses made cash flow adjustments, risk assessments as well as growth projections for each team. 

 

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