Used by college presidents, athletic directors, conference officials and members of the media to determine the efficiency of sport expenditures related to on-the-field success.
Determine which colleges/ universities in each conference, by sport, are getting “the biggest bang for their buck” -- and which ones are not.
Whether you are planning next year's athletic budget, scouting a conference or division move, or tracking how much your competition spends for their wins, CostofCollegeSports.com has the answers.
CostofCollegeSports.com is used by college presidents, athletic directors, conference officials and members of the media to determine the efficiency of sports expenditures related to on-the-field success. Eight team sports (four each for men and women) across all 99 NCAA Division I, II, III, and NAIA conferences are tracked over a four year time frame. Each school is ranked by sport in expenditures, won-lost record, and efficiency of fund utilization, a process that identifies perennial over-achievers, exposes under-achievers, and illuminates emerging trends within sports, conferences, and even within individual schools' athletics programs. Bottom line? CostofCollegeSports.com blows the lid off the myth that more dollars always equals more wins, revealing an all-new approach to planning, executing, and evaluating the correlation between spending and athletics success.
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A self-proclaimed sports fanatic, Dr. Jeff Tubbs poured his 40+ years of experience in collegiate athletics, statistical analysis, and Higher Ed administration into CostofCollegeSports.com. Initially designed to track the efficiency of Big South Conference member schools, the product has been expanded to include eight sports across all 99 NCAA Division I, II , III, and NAIA conferences, measuring which schools do the best job of translating dollars and cents into wins and conference championships.
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