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UM football brings in $3.3 million in 2012 fiscal year

Published On: Dec 31 2012 09:39:28 AM MST
Updated On: Dec 31 2012 09:41:41 AM MST
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MISSOULA, Mont. -

The University of Montana's football team posted a $3.3 million profit in the fiscal year that ended in June 2012, while rival Montana State University posted a $1.15 million profit.
    
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports (http://bit.ly/U6qfkN) that's some of the information submitted to the Montana Board of Regents for their meeting in Helena on Jan. 8.
    
In all, the NCAA sports at the state's six four-year campuses brought in $54 million in revenue while spending $52.9 million for a gain of $1.1 million.
    
State spending on athletics was about 5 percent of general fund budgets for the schools.
    
Football brought in the most money at $22.3 million for a surplus of $4.6 million.
    
Of the 1,700 student athletes, 64 percent were men and 36 percent women.