Forbes magazine released an article on Tuesday of their list of most valuable college football programs, basing their results estimate averages for profits and revenue for the 2014, 2015 and 2016 seasons, showing that the Aggies raked in some serious Forbes Sports Money over the past three seasons.
Texas A&M brought in $148 million in revenue and made $107 million in profit during that time span.
“I think it means dedication. I think it means resources. I think it means athletics is very important. But as you know, from A&M, everything here is very important,” head coach Jimbo Fisher said, during an appearance on ESPN’s Golic and Wingo on Wednesday.
“It’s a top-20 institution in the country. The people and the culture and the environment are ridiculous as far as the love and passion for the university.”