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Fri February 24, 2012
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College sports can be big money makers for universities. Perennial power houses receive millions of dollars in profits each year from their programs. Hear how a mid-major with a Cinderella season like Murray State might come out at the end of their run. On Front Page A.M. from WKMS News.
(1) RANDY DUNN – The University of Louisville, according to the U.S. Department of Education, earned a 16 million dollar profit for it’s basketball team in 2009-2010 season. That’s a significant difference for smaller mid-major schools like Murray State. But, MSU is in the middle of an historic Cinderella Story season. We hear more about potential revenue from this season from MSU President Dr. Randy Dunn.
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