home Home continue
Go Live continue
profile Sign In / Sign Up continue
leaderboard Leaderboard continue
notifications Notifications
1
help Help continue
apple Download iOS App continue
info_circle Learn More continue
legal Legal continue
Amber Vickers Is Live! Money, Money, Money!! The NCAA makes so much of it. Here’s what I think about it!!!
AWAY
HOME
0
0
Unknown
0
0
expand collapse
closed_captionclosed_caption_off
more_horizSee More
tip_leader
play_arrow pause
sound_mute sound_down sound_up
/
play_arrow pause
expand collapse
more_horizSee More
shareShare
Tip Leaderboard
tip_leader
continue
Game Commentators
community
continue
chat Switch To Chat continue
00:00:00
put the last video of the day.
00:00:02
I did a video earlier and I talked about 10 things I would tell and recruit.
00:00:10
I make some questions in there and also some things I would tell a recruit as well.
00:00:14
You didn't go see that video.
00:00:15
Go check it out.
00:00:16
I think it's one of my best videos yet because I am speaking from experience before I get started.
00:00:22
Don't forget to follow me at simply me.
00:00:24
Underscore a V on Twitter.
00:00:26
I am a part of the unwrapped sports network who now this video.
00:00:32
I won't go into too much detail about the money and she makes, but I will just kind of tell you how it happens.
00:00:40
Mainly, I'm talking about football and basketball, those They're two biggest sports football blows basketball out of the water.
00:00:47
You would not believe how much money the incredible it makes for football alone.
00:00:53
It is ridicu less time to get into.
00:00:56
Those numbers also give you my thoughts.
00:01:00
I know a lot of times we look at college athletes and we say OK, they're getting their tuition's paid for.
00:01:07
But these coaches are making a lot of money off the talent of their athletes.
00:01:13
Um, you're getting four or five star recruits that could possibly they get more exposure than coaches do is I always.
00:01:21
And, for example, I remember watching his YouTube videos when he was a junior in high school and then watching his YouTube videos, is a senior in high school.
00:01:30
And, of course, Duke.
00:01:31
He was a phenomenon.
00:01:33
Um, they're just making so much money are cool. Three.
00:01:37
Thank you for joining broadcast.
00:01:38
I appreciate it.
00:01:39
They're just making so much money.
00:01:42
It's ridiculous.
00:01:43
I mean, I didn't even know Well, I took a club course at the University of Oklahoma Intercollegiate athletics, and I learned a lot.
00:01:51
I didn't know about it in so much detail until I took their course, and it really opened by, opened my eyes and showed me a lot.
00:02:00
But I'm gonna tell you, these numbers are from 2012 through 2019.
00:02:06
Of course, 2020.
00:02:07
There is a pause on sports.
00:02:09
So these here these numbers and all these numbers aren't millions.
00:02:14
Let's think about it.
00:02:15
All the numbers I'm going to give you right now in millions.
00:02:18
If they change, I'll let you know.
00:02:20
Now 2012 television and marketing rights fees with $708 million.
00:02:29
Seven.
00:02:30
Clinton, it seven $108.
00:02:32
86 million championships and Artie tournaments was $101.
00:02:38
91 million.
00:02:43
Investments income.
00:02:45
29.
00:02:47
54 Sales and service.
00:02:48
24.
00:02:50
16 Contributions facilities, others was a little bit under a $1,000,000.
00:02:54
This is just from sports, period.
00:02:59
I got these numbers okay.
00:03:03
From my computer.
00:03:04
Uh, I was hard to kind of find numbers two compact.
00:03:08
But once I found him, I was able to put them together.
00:03:12
Jimmy and the boys Thank you for joining the broadcast.
00:03:14
I appreciate it.
00:03:15
March Madness Madness.
00:03:17
That year in 2012 mates.
00:03:18
$670 in TV revenue.
00:03:21
$670 in TV revenue alone.
00:03:26
Um, now, like I said before, you got March Madness on Tru TV, TBS.
00:03:35
Um, CBS, of course.
00:03:37
Was it t and T.
00:03:39
They're just covered on so many networks and channels.
00:03:44
Israel is guys is crazy at now.
00:03:49
Television and marketing rights.
00:03:51
So television and marketing rights championships and Nazi tournaments, investment, income sales and service contributions slap facilities.
00:04:00
I'll do these in order, but I won't say it every single time.
00:04:03
If that makes sense, so the 1st 1 would be television and marketing rights fees.
00:04:08
Championships and our teams will be second.
00:04:12
Investment income will be third cells and service will be fourth and contribution and facilities will be fifth. Someone.
00:04:18
I'm not going to repeat that every single time.
00:04:20
Now we're going to 2003.
00:04:24
684 million $6840.
00:04:27
3 million in TV revenue from self from year.
00:04:32
From 2012 to 2013 it jumped 14.
00:04:36
3 million as crazy.
00:04:39
So first we got 107 126.
00:04:43
3 knots.
00:04:45
UH, 726 points.
00:04:48
3 9,000,110 30.
00:04:50
6 3,000,041 0.
00:04:52
4 million 27.
00:04:54
31 million in 7.
00:04:57
7 million.
00:05:01
Contribution slash facility slash.
00:05:03
Others went up from less to a 1,000,000 to 7 million.
00:05:07
That's crazy.
00:05:08
That's just crazy.
00:05:09
I have all four channels.
00:05:10
I have those channels to Jimmy and the boys.
00:05:12
Thank you for the tip.
00:05:13
I appreciate it.
00:05:14
Let's go to Let's go to 2012 I'm in 2014.
00:05:18
We got 753.
00:05:19
6 million 114.
00:05:22
8 5,000,082 points to 7,000,028 0.
00:05:29
32 million in 9.
00:05:31
99 million.
00:05:33
So you jump contributed Contributions and facilities was less than a 1,000,000 in 2012 but he jumped all the way. It's almost Timmy.
00:05:41
And in 2014 that's that 2 2015 If you guys noticed these numbers are going up, especially the first number, the first number is television and marketing rights fees.
00:05:52
You notice his numbers jumping higher and higher every year.
00:05:57
So let's go.
00:05:58
We got 776.
00:05:59
5 late me and this is 2015 guys.
00:06:03
Then we got one in 19.
00:06:04
82 million.
00:06:06
Now.
00:06:07
Investment income was negative, 20.
00:06:09
56 million.
00:06:12
Then we got cells and service that was 29.
00:06:13
6 million and then contribute contribution Facility slash others was down to 6.
00:06:19
91 me as 2015 2016.
00:06:25
The first number always goes up 790 7.
00:06:29
2 million, 123.
00:06:31
45 million, 35.
00:06:34
64 million started two point 1,000,006 2.
00:06:39
0.
00:06:40
83 million That's 2016 guys.
00:06:42
Their first number continues to rise.
00:06:44
So does the second number.
00:06:45
If you guys have not noticed 2017 look where it jumps to.
00:06:52
We got 100 21.
00:06:53
39 million 129.
00:06:55
4 million, 30.
00:06:58
37 million, six points.
00:07:02
Seven for me Gains and others was 26.
00:07:05
34 me.
00:07:08
So until 2007 thing you had another category at it.
00:07:13
Next six category.
00:07:14
That was on the year the six category was at it to the numbers 2018.
00:07:19
Now we get 100 and 44 points to 70 and 133.
00:07:23
37 million.
00:07:26
200 excuse me.
00:07:28
22.
00:07:29
66 million, 57.
00:07:30
46 million and 6.
00:07:33
65 million the last year.
00:07:37
So this last um, year we had 2019.
00:07:42
We had 867.
00:07:43
5 3,000,177 0.
00:07:47
87 million 14.
00:07:49
57 million.
00:07:51
54 points.
00:07:53
Excuse me, 55.
00:07:54
4 million is a lot of numbers on your guys, and we have 300 excuse me, 3.
00:07:59
13 million.
00:08:03
So those five categories again, the first number was television and marketing rights fees.
00:08:08
The second number was championships in our tea tournaments.
00:08:11
The third number was investment income, the fourth number with sales and service and the fifth number was contribute contributions.
00:08:18
Excuse me, Facility slash other.
00:08:20
So those are those numbers.
00:08:21
And of course, in 2017 we had gang slash other.
00:08:25
That was 26.
00:08:27
3 for me.
00:08:28
I don't know what there was. I didn't explain that to me.
00:08:30
Now I'm going to tell you each year with those where coaches made I'm gonna go college football in college basketball.
00:08:41
I'm going to give you the two top paid coaches every year, and they're the same.
00:08:44
Trust me, they're the same.
00:08:46
I didn't get numbers for 2012 so we're going to 1013.
00:08:51
Cautious chefs.
00:08:52
Kia Duke May 7.
00:08:53
2 million house pay. Next.
00:08:55
Aidan made far from farming 2014 next 7 May 7.
00:08:59
2 Coach K 9.
00:09:02
7 2015 UH, coach came a 9.
00:09:07
8 million Next 7 May 7.
00:09:10
8 Meat 2016 Jim Harbaugh made nine 1,000,000 plus Indian coach Cow made 6.
00:09:23
3 Me Yeah, that's 2016.
00:09:29
2017.
00:09:34
Who Coach K made 7.
00:09:36
2 non being next seven made 11.
00:09:40
1 million dabble Sweeney at that time had just signed his eight year, $54 million contract in 2017 and he got a raise. He got a bump.
00:09:50
So 10 years.
00:09:51
93 million in 2017 he was making that. Then he got there.
00:09:57
Raise.
00:09:58
He got the salary bump in 2018.
00:10:00
Coach K May 8.
00:10:01
98 million Next 7 May 8.3 Me.
00:10:06
2019 of course.
00:10:08
Double Sweeney made 9.
00:10:09
315 million and Coach Cow, now the highest paid.
00:10:15
He makes 9.28 million.
00:10:17
That's how much college football and basketball coaches made black, orange and blond.
00:10:23
Thank you for joining the broadcast.
00:10:24
I appreciate it now.
00:10:28
When I do this, I'm going to do this.
00:10:33
I'm going to go to Google guys and I'ma go university.
00:10:40
Uh, do, um, tuition and i'ma go 2000 2000 swill slash 2013 So, the tuition at Duke part year at that time with 42,000 $308 in 2012 that was 2012 through 2013.
00:11:19
So if we multiply their tops for you, get four years in college, right points in 308 times four as 169,000 232.
00:11:34
Now what does that include? What is your tuition? Include? Let's see.
00:11:44
Must look at this 2012.
00:11:48
Where my Yes.
00:11:50
So, yes, that's for $42,308.
00:11:54
Goodness, um, the enrollment at that time it Duke with 606,484 students.
00:12:05
Now it's hard to get into Duke.
00:12:06
I will say that is very, very difficult to get into Duke.
00:12:11
So one of those numbers intel for tuition.
00:12:14
Let's go back and see is a room and board.
00:12:19
Is it Is it just tuition? Um how much does it cost for four years? A duke go No, in the S a T score to get into Duke, you have to be the averages.
00:12:41
A 14 60.
00:12:43
You must be in a 75% out if 15 40 to get into Duke.
00:12:47
So you have to have a math of 7 90 a reading and writing at 7 50 There is a 4% chance you get into Duke with a 3.
00:13:02
5 g p a.
00:13:06
What's the hardest? North Carolina College is the hardest colleges North Carolina get into Duke leads that, um, the rejection rate is 90 91%.
00:13:17
The acceptance rate is 9%.
00:13:19
I think Stanford's pretty low as well.
00:13:22
Um, the best accredited colleges in North Carolina North University.
00:13:29
Garcon, A Chapel Hill in Duke is second.
00:13:32
Then you have work, Alana State, and then you have wake forced.
00:13:36
It's pretty difficult to get in those a sissy schools.
00:13:38
Vendor field is difficult to get into.
00:13:40
I know as well.
00:13:41
Um, of course, you guys know Stanford cow is difficult to get into, So that's just what what? Duke iss, um, for your tuition.
00:13:53
So for your two wishing your pain forthe $42,300 a year, if you go to Duke as a student.
00:13:59
Ashley, that equals not counting.
00:14:02
All think room and board is counting.
00:14:04
It might be it might be.
00:14:06
You're spending $169,232 per student athletes.
00:14:11
If they're getting a full ride with football in that will one.
00:14:16
Likely, if you're top of crew for basketball, you're getting a full ride and football as well.
00:14:21
So let's look at Alabama's tuition.
00:14:26
That is, Thank you for the 100 whistles.
00:14:29
I appreciate it.
00:14:34
Alabama.
00:14:35
Let's look at that tuition, guys, I'm doing this for a reason.
00:14:39
Um, I will tell you the reason in just a minute Alabama tuition in Alabama.
00:14:46
If you're living off campus, it would have cost you $16,417.
00:14:51
Living on campus is the same rate. $16,417.
00:14:56
It's the South College is cheap.
00:14:58
This is 2012 through 2013 guys.
00:15:02
So let's see.
00:15:04
16 417 times four.
00:15:09
That's $65,668 per athlete for four years.
00:15:16
Now let's see what it is this year.
00:15:20
Obama.
00:15:21
Let's see what it is.
00:15:22
The sure Obama guys, um, come on, Give me the okay now.
00:15:39
The cost of attendance, including tuition fees, books and supplies, costs and living costs, has increased 44.
00:15:45
35% from year 2010 which he was $34,281 where it current year costs are $49,486.
00:15:56
A University of Alabama so undergrad the undergrad tuition and fees have raves from 522,010 to 30,250 in 2020.
00:16:13
30,250.
00:16:15
The grass school tuition fee.
00:16:17
Okay, I don't need to grasp.
00:16:19
So that's Alabama guys.
00:16:22
That's a smaller school.
00:16:23
Now let's look at a different school from a different coach.
00:16:26
Let's look at the University of Michigan Kitty Kathy, 55.
00:16:30
Thank you for drawing the broadcast.
00:16:31
I appreciate the University of Michigan.
00:16:34
Everybody knows why.
00:16:35
John Harbaugh always making the big books.
00:16:37
Let's see what the tuition waas.
00:16:39
20 16 through 17.
00:16:43
Let's look at that guy's Gu 2017.
00:16:49
Let's look in Michigan tuition to do.
00:16:53
Yes, let's look at that.
00:16:55
So Virginia have seniors is different.
00:17:01
Okay, we're gonna go for Lord division freshmen and sop****res.
00:17:05
Tuition and fees is $14,402.
00:17:09
This was guys.
00:17:10
This was 2016 through 2017.
00:17:13
Housing costs is $10,872.
00:17:16
Books of supplies was $1048 personal slash miscellaneous with $2454 total budget.
00:17:23
For a freshman in a sop****re from University of Michigan in ST Mind You 28,776.
00:17:31
Let's Go Upper division.
00:17:32
It is 16,280 for tuition and fees.
00:17:36
It is 10,872 for housing and costs, books and supplies of the same 10 48 and personal miscellaneous is the same 24 54.
00:17:46
The total cost is 30,592.
00:17:50
So when your athlete you don't pay the non, uh, I'm out of state fees.
00:17:55
But if you want to be out of state for tuition, look at this.
00:17:59
Guys, look at this height out of state tuition and fees for a freshman or a sop****re Underclassmen.
00:18:07
It's $45,410 out of state tuition and fees.
00:18:12
It's $48,598 up and you can go toe you for four years for that friend state housing costs is 10,872.
00:18:21
It's the same course Books and supplies is saying personal miscellaneous is your same Who? Okay, in Jim Harbaugh made How much money? $9 million plus.
00:18:33
So for each soon athlete which were going to say in ST, um for each student athlete, we're gonna we're gonna go in the middle.
00:18:41
We're gonna say 29,000 tops four.
00:18:46
It is 100 there for four years before using a recipe of Michigan.
00:18:54
Now we're gonna look at a different coach.
00:18:55
That was paid more.
00:18:58
Let's look at it.
00:19:01
Let's look at Davos Sweeney.
00:19:03
Our second Look a gavel.
00:19:05
We're gonna go 2018 2019 2019 2020 um, to wishing for storms in.
00:19:14
Where are we gonna do? We're gonna do their latest their latest coach of this season.
00:19:21
Moscow University.
00:19:23
Let's go clumsy.
00:19:25
Let's see what we get for Clemson. Guys.
00:19:28
Okay for South Carolina residents is $15,508.
00:19:36
Of course, for out of state tuition is 38,500 in 50 yards.
00:19:42
This is just, uh, tuition and fees.
00:19:45
So let's look at the cost on a living.
00:19:50
Just look at the room and board and all of that.
00:19:57
So tuition and fees per year $15,558 room and board 11,414 That's approximate books and supplies was 1436.
00:20:09
So a total to Goto Clemson $28,408.
00:20:13
We're gonna multiply that times four.
00:20:20
That's multiplied.
00:20:21
It sounds before Suite A.
00:20:23
We're 28 or 08 times for so $113,632 for four year Ride it, cleanse it.
00:20:34
Well, that number would go up, of course, because you know, you guys know tuition fluctuates.
00:20:39
I should have said that, but that's the cheapest it would be.
00:20:43
So the cheapest it would be would be your freshman and sop****re year. I think it goes up.
00:20:47
I think inflation happens every two years at universities.
00:20:50
I'm not quite sure, but I think that's what it is.
00:20:52
So your cheapest to your cheapest years will be your 1st 2 years of cleansing.
00:20:56
Um, the next two years.
00:20:58
It goes up, Of course, that's how they work.
00:21:01
SMI.
00:21:02
Let's look it.
00:21:03
Let's look at the universe.
00:21:05
Let's look in Kentucky the year Calipari had the high in coaching, which is the same year.
00:21:13
Dabble di. That's this year.
00:21:16
So it's, you know, it's the SEC schools not that expensive.
00:21:21
So we looking at tuition and fees, and University of Kentucky is $12,360 for residents out of state residence is 30,000, 680.
00:21:31
Now, let's look at this.
00:21:35
Let's get some more numbers.
00:21:36
That's kind of looking to this to see what housing is and everything like that.
00:21:43
Okay, why won't they just get They're giving me all these numbers.
00:21:52
School of Law, School of Medicine.
00:21:55
This is administration are justly regular numbers.
00:21:58
Per credited, Our, uh all right.
00:22:01
So a resident, it's 66,180.
00:22:06
Alice. Okay, that makes sense.
00:22:09
Um, undergrad.
00:22:10
Just to be a resident, most of housing in things like, What's housing? Residency? Um, it's looking residency, guys, the washing.
00:22:25
They want to get me residency.
00:22:26
But that's tuition and fees.
00:22:28
Guys.
00:22:29
For Kentucky this year, Coach cows the highest paid coach this year.
00:22:34
So I give you those numbers to say this.
00:22:40
I don't want to say most.
00:22:41
Probably about 30% of your suit athletes, I say in basketball 30 if you're coach, cow or coach K bill Self, Um, coaches like that.
00:22:55
Time is Oh, your players aren't staying for years.
00:22:59
Your your top layer is not staying with you four years, he's probably saying to a three.
00:23:03
So it's costing you.
00:23:06
Maybe like 50 to 60 grand per player.
00:23:10
Ah, a year on top of their stipend.
00:23:14
I don't know some players.
00:23:15
Your financial aid attached to it is.
00:23:16
Well, I talked about that in the video.
00:23:20
My last video.
00:23:21
Um, some players get financial aid attached this, but I have a little money to play with. Now.
00:23:27
Just think about it.
00:23:28
You gotta eat.
00:23:29
You might have rent to pay and things like that.
00:23:32
So there's a lot that goes into it.
00:23:34
These coaches make a lot of money.
00:23:36
These players make the university's a lot of money.
00:23:40
These players make these networks a lot of money.
00:23:42
You glass heart, the revenue numbers, and that's just the tip of the iceberg.
00:23:49
I'm back.
00:23:50
I am about to talk about college for Baba playoff.
00:23:55
He's gonna So in 2013 college football made $3.
00:24:04
4 billion.
00:24:07
We repeat that in 2013 alone, just 2013.
00:24:13
Now this is the BCS era because of possible.
00:24:16
While playoff start in 2014 college football made $3.
00:24:20
4 billion alone.
00:24:22
Just college football.
00:24:24
The numbers for college football blow everybody else out the water.
00:24:29
So college.
00:24:31
Let's look, I'm a look at the time I looked this up.
00:24:35
Which NC Double A sports make the most entities right there on the watches.
00:24:42
I just saw it.
00:24:46
So here we go.
00:24:50
Football is the most is responsible for the most total sports revenue.
00:24:54
Football makes the most money.
00:24:56
For example, University of Texas is the the highest pay football program.
00:25:02
They have a Longhorn network and all of it most revenue for athletics.
00:25:06
They got 100 and $82 million for athletics just by by themselves.
00:25:11
70% of that okay from college football, and this was in 2017.
00:25:17
So let's chart.
00:25:19
I'm a Chart 2017 guys, cause that's what they gave me College football revenue Boss Sport made 31,000,019.
00:25:29
24,000.
00:25:31
154.
00:25:32
This is just revenue.
00:25:34
Um, means basketball made eight million.
00:25:43
193 344,000.
00:25:45
So you see the discrepancy there? Um, but football cultural ball made a lot of money in 2013.
00:25:55
I'm not.
00:25:56
This is just this is revenue.
00:25:59
The gap between Yep, this is just playing on revenue for amateur boxing makes more money than the 30 for the average college football team makes more money than the next 35 College sports come by, so you see how that's how that's done.
00:26:19
Let's look at college revenue in 2018.
00:26:23
I see what they'll give me.
00:26:25
UM, the at with average and your college football revenue of 96 million across three most recent seasons, which financial data is available? Okay, how much? The average school generates 31.
00:26:42
9 million in college football revenue every year.
00:26:46
The average school generates $31.
00:26:50
9 million in football revenue each year.
00:26:55
So those numbers I gave you before was per school.
00:26:58
So your average school is making 31 media those numbers I gave you when I gave you for bought in basketball.
00:27:05
The average school.
00:27:08
What do what do you guys consider an average school? Those power five conferences.
00:27:13
The Big 12 the SEC, the A, C C, the Pac 12 Big 12 sec, sec, petrol and Big 10 are your power five conferences for college football basketball? They don't really have power conferences.
00:27:30
Book power, five conferences, Pac 12 Big 12 sec, sec impact.
00:27:38
I mean, Big Tin make the most money.
00:27:41
Texas made 100 and $82 million in college living a long time. 70%.
00:27:49
So let's see what that was.
00:27:50
1 82 Maybe you We're my calculator.
00:27:55
Really? Okay, Will Time. 70%.
00:28:01
27 million.
00:28:03
400,000 of those dollars were from college football by self for Texas box of mind through Texas did not go to the cultural ball play off this year.
00:28:15
Yes.
00:28:18
Now, guys, I'm going to give you who goodness these numbers.
00:28:22
I'm gonna give you some college football numbers.
00:28:24
I'm gonna leave you with these.
00:28:25
He's a college football playoff numbers.
00:28:28
So, in 2015 2018 2021 2024 you'll have $475 for, um for right, plus another $55 million that equals 530 million for the cause for my playoff and the Orange Boat for those years.
00:28:49
2015 2018 2021 2024.
00:28:53
You have 475 million for college football playoff rights, plus another 55 million, which gives you 530 million for the cultural bar playoff and orange boat toe in 16 2019 2020 2020.
00:29:10
Excuse me.
00:29:11
2016 2019 2022 2020 25.
00:29:16
It's so hard to say those numbers get another $475 million.
00:29:19
160 million dollars, which gives you 635 million accosted by play off the Rose Bo and the Sugar Boat.
00:29:28
Let's go next! 2017 2020 2023 2026.
00:29:35
You get another $475 million Plus.
00:29:38
Listen to this.
00:29:39
This was this year plus 215 million, which equals $690 million for college football playoff, the Rose Bowl and Sugar Ball and the Orange Bowl.
00:29:53
That's a lot of money now.
00:29:56
Revenue distribution.
00:29:58
Each of those conferences or five conferences gets $50 million each.
00:30:02
So you divided into those teams in the Big 12 text.
00:30:05
In teams you get $50 million.
00:30:07
That's $5 million per school.
00:30:10
You get $6 million for going to the cause for my playoff.
00:30:13
So if this so if claims in l a shoe, what we had Clemson.
00:30:18
L s u Ohio State.
00:30:19
In Oklahoma, I was accosted by playoff.
00:30:21
They all got $6 million.
00:30:23
You get $4 million for the other college playoff boats, I think where wherever balls were outside a cookhouse football playoff, you get $4 million for those, um, for each school.
00:30:37
Elected conferences divide the money equally, all their schools.
00:30:43
Texas is the richest college football program.
00:30:46
It's 219 million, 402,579.
00:30:52
Now I'm gonna pick.
00:30:53
Compare college women's college basketball numbers to man's college basketball members.
00:30:58
Everybody knows who Gino Auriemma is.
00:31:00
The head basketball culture you can.
00:31:01
He makes $2.
00:31:02
4 million a year.
00:31:04
Calipari This year May ate me $158,000 a year.
00:31:08
Gino Auriemma has one board games and John Calipari.
00:31:11
If I'm not mistaken, he has more championships.
00:31:14
I know for sure.
00:31:15
Let's go to Gino Auriemma.
00:31:19
That's looking him.
00:31:22
Gino.
00:31:23
Gino Auriemma.
00:31:24
His record.
00:31:25
He's 1 955 games on the Lost 1 34 So we got me write this down, guys.
00:31:31
We got 900.
00:31:33
He is.
00:31:34
He's one of the best cultures. Period.
00:31:36
955 games.
00:31:38
One.
00:31:39
He's only lost 1 34 Um, Helen.
00:31:42
He makes He only makes $2.
00:31:47
4 million.
00:31:50
That's all he makes is $2.
00:31:52
4 million.
00:31:54
That's crazy.
00:31:56
He's one of those games.
00:31:57
Actually, His whole know his record. That's wrong.
00:32:02
As if they record.
00:32:03
He's 1 1091 games and only lost 1 42 Um, he was assistant, I say Justice for 1979 1970 78 79 season.
00:32:15
He was an assistant at ST Joseph's then.
00:32:18
He wants a Bishop Kendrick High School.
00:32:19
He was an assistant from 79 81.
00:32:22
He was assistant in Virginia 81 85 he's been a Yukon since 85.
00:32:27
His record is 1 22 and 20.
00:32:33
He has 11 championships.
00:32:35
He has 20.
00:32:37
He has been, too.
00:32:44
He used to play in India.
00:32:46
He has won 20 feet.
00:32:48
Viticulture Yukon.
00:32:49
He has won 25 conference championships.
00:32:53
He has won 26 regular season conference championships.
00:32:57
He's an eight time nation, if Coach of the year, the seven time W big C a national country here, the night time AP coach of the year.
00:33:05
Yes, a lot on here.
00:33:06
Gus is a lot.
00:33:08
He has a golden Sydney, a goat in London, a goat in Rio de Janeiro ago, Czech Republic in a golden turkey and he had a bronze in the Czech Republic for the Under 19 World championship team $0.
00:33:21
4 million a year.
00:33:23
Let's look at L a pair.
00:33:24
Let's see how many gang John Calipari has warned.
00:33:27
Let's go through his background.
00:33:33
Let's click on John Calipari.
00:33:35
Guys, let's see if I can get Coach Cow.
00:33:42
Okay, now it's just like John Calipari's look.
00:33:46
Coach Construct hereby knows it.
00:33:48
Um, sec.
00:33:49
His record is 33 77.
00:33:52
Okay, um, he played a UNC Wellington from 78 to 80.
00:33:58
He played a clarion from 82.
00:34:00
He was a point guard from 82 to 85.
00:34:04
He was a Kansas associate coach.
00:34:06
Associate assistant.
00:34:07
Excuse me, 85 88 Years of Pittsburgh assistant.
00:34:10
He cuts the humanities from 88 to 96.
00:34:13
He comes to New Jersey next.
00:34:14
Remember, he was in the League 96 tonight, now the New Jersey Nets and now the Brooklyn Nets.
00:34:18
If you guys don't know he was an assistant for the Philadelphia 76 years and 99 2000.
00:34:23
He coached Memphis that they're gross team in 2000 to 2009.
00:34:28
He's gonna Kentucky since 2009.
00:34:30
His overall record, though.
00:34:31
Guys, I'm sorry.
00:34:32
It's 7733 2 15 Um, His MBA record was 72 in 1 12 Now he has one division.
00:34:44
Uh, he has won national championship.
00:34:47
That was in 2012.
00:34:48
You guys remember that you have six regional final 46 FCC tournaments Championship six SEC regular championships.
00:34:55
Four. Conference US Tape four.
00:34:57
Conference USA.
00:34:59
How long Tournament championships.
00:35:03
Five C.
00:35:04
USA regular season titles.
00:35:06
5 18 and tournament in 5 18 regular season.
00:35:12
Wendy's was vacated about NC, double late.
00:35:14
Let me see what you want 2008 was vacated.
00:35:19
Just 2008 regional Final Four was vacated about instantly.
00:35:23
They had those violations.
00:35:25
Now he's been a nation of culture.
00:35:26
Your three times AP Culture Here once in ABC Coach of the Year three times.
00:35:33
Um, basketball time sculpture.
00:35:36
You're twice.
00:35:37
So he's in SEC coach the year. Four times.
00:35:41
I think that was conference.
00:35:42
You would say, Yeah, well, see us a compass, you say Culture your three times 18 coaching here three times now he had a goat meddle in Puerto Rico.
00:35:56
Brian's in Egypt.
00:36:00
Oh, just look at the discrepancy, guys.
00:36:02
He's wine.
00:36:04
733 games.
00:36:06
Gino has 1 1091 games.
00:36:11
He's lost 77.
00:36:12
Gino has lost 1 42 Dino has what a loving championships.
00:36:21
Cal Perry has one look at the discrepancy of K.
00:36:24
Also, I know that the women's basketball has rights to ESPN and ESPN.
00:36:29
Two.
00:36:30
Now the FCC got the S E.
00:36:31
C. Network. That place means the women's games.
00:36:34
Um, I think now well, you can't Women basketballs moving back to the Big East issue.
00:36:40
They were in a a C.
00:36:41
I don't know if the A C had television rights or not, but you comes on TV a lot because they are who they are.
00:36:48
But look at that pay discrepancy.
00:36:51
So men's basketball brings in a lot of money, and they paid their coaches a lot of money.
00:36:55
Women's basketball does and bring in as much.
00:36:58
You guys know that women go and play, oversee, oversee Excuse me for 67 months, and then they come back and play in the WNBA for about four or five months and they go back overseas.
00:37:07
It's like a repeating cycle.
00:37:09
The N B A to get the little break.
00:37:11
Ah, they get the play from October Thio June.
00:37:14
If they're lucky, get a couple of months.
00:37:17
Often, they're back at it.
00:37:18
W B o doesn't get a break.
00:37:19
They get like to excuse me.
00:37:20
Women's basketball players don't get a break.
00:37:22
Get like 23 weeks to spend with their families, and then they're back at it again.
00:37:26
Um, so there's a discrepancy and money because of how much money college basketball makes in all those networks.
00:37:35
I know Fox Sports Extreme, both men's and women's ESPN does as well.
00:37:39
Uh, c b extra streams, man CBS is pretty much the SNC Network, all their football games on own CBS and also their basketball games as well.
00:37:50
Um, ABC, of course, is the ESPN affiliate.
00:37:53
They played mostly N B A games.
00:37:55
I don't think I've ever seen a college basketball game on ABC.
00:37:59
No, you won't, because usually it's either.
00:38:01
CBS, CBS is pretty much college affiliated.
00:38:04
Um, our code three.
00:38:05
I never knew what What did you never know? I never knew that.
00:38:08
What did you never know? And I could probably, um I'm giving you guys information here because it's so overwhelming about how much these college coaches make and have my sheets colleges bring in the W is just a huge money grab.
00:38:23
Um, I confessed.
00:38:24
Used to talk about that all the time in my intercollegiate sports class.
00:38:29
Used to talk about the money, grab the money, grab a monograph.
00:38:31
He actually talked.
00:38:33
He wrote a book about it.
00:38:34
The issue Double A.
00:38:35
He was on HBO about it.
00:38:37
We had a woman from the whistleblower case in the Russian or kill on it.
00:38:40
She came and spoke to our class, actually about the whistleblower case because she was the whistle blower that were put these players and these these classes in passing them.
00:38:51
But the investment of Caroline, and that's when Congressional Carolina got those sanctions.
00:38:55
It's the whistle blower, you guys to go look it up.
00:38:58
She can talk to our class about it.
00:39:00
My car's professor, he was on HBO.
00:39:02
He did HBO special.
00:39:03
He wrote his own book, Dr Gunny.
00:39:06
Um, so yeah, um, that's it for his video guys.
00:39:12
I gave you guys a lot of numbers.
00:39:13
It's a lot to think about to see how much these colleges actually make off of these athletes.
00:39:18
Backs how much these athletes actually have to sacrifice two play.
00:39:27
I mean, they love doing it, so they love color sports.
00:39:31
College sports is something we all look forward to.
00:39:33
We all the ports of March Madness.
00:39:36
Everybody was excited about March Madness because there was no dominant team this year.
00:39:41
Everybody was like, Man, there's no dominant team.
00:39:43
Um, there are a lot of good players.
00:39:45
We get to see these mid majors you to C O B Topping play on TV Malik Ops land.
00:39:49
He puts the Sunday It'll stay open talking place for Dayton.
00:39:52
I'll be topping clean the board of National Player of the Year Awards.
00:39:56
Malik offline is a really good player to watch.
00:39:59
You could see these smaller schools compete against these larger schools.
00:40:02
Um, then Dahlia was number one seed this year.
00:40:05
So you just got to see that you wanted to see that you love to watch these kids play every weekend or every week for cultural by every weekend for college basketball's a couple times a week.
00:40:19
Love, Um, Blockbuster Tuesday.
00:40:22
You love Big Monday.
00:40:23
I don't look for today.
00:40:25
I love watching CBS sports and watching the SEC gangs.
00:40:29
They played SEC games on there.
00:40:32
You know, you got just so much they put so much passion enjoy into what they do when I love watching it, because I remember being in the same position.
00:40:41
But guys, those with numbers, they will blow your mind.
00:40:44
If you look him up, they will blow your mind.
00:40:47
I couldn't imagine a ticket well, ticket process of football games, the paint, all who you play.
00:40:54
I'm gonna give you guys an example that I'm going to get off here for the night now if oh, you when Oh, you play Florida State at home my hard shared values for 20 years.
00:41:08
So 20 it was 2000 and 10.
00:41:10
Oh, you play Florida State.
00:41:12
The average ticket price for their Florida State game now depends on how you play, how much the ticket's gonna cost.
00:41:17
It was a day game. It was hot.
00:41:19
I went through probably about six bottles of water that I had to pay for all of the book.
00:41:23
Hot I was a bottle for that ticket was about 100 in $14 sitting student section.
00:41:29
I think about 1 14 I pay $115 forward to sit in the student section.
00:41:35
Oh, you This was in 2000 and 10 U football game.
00:41:41
It depends on how you play, how much the ticket is.
00:41:43
So just imagine what the costs are now this side of every game they actually expanded, actually bigger.
00:41:50
Now they expanded it, and I don't know how many seats they added.
00:41:55
They added a lot of seats.
00:41:57
So now ticket process.
00:41:59
Of course they're gonna go up, and of course, they're gonna keep filling the stands.
00:42:03
So just imagine how much money they're making off of ticket sales along boosters alumni donations.
00:42:09
Everything like that.
00:42:10
I got the email every year about donating.
00:42:12
So the college group, I mean to the football programs of the basketball programs and things like that.
00:42:18
So, guys, thank you so much with Washington Rio.
00:42:21
42 minutes.
00:42:22
I didn't know.
00:42:23
Thank you guys so much questions, video.
00:42:25
I appreciate it.
00:42:26
Tomorrow I will be bringing you two videos tomorrow.
00:42:30
Of course, I gave you guys to the night.
00:42:34
Let's look at the videos I am doing tomorrow.
00:42:37
So tomorrow I am doing reasons why athletes to declare.
00:42:44
I'm gonna do football and basketball reasons why athletes enter the draft and, um, should I play overseas? So she had the college basketball player play overseas.
00:42:54
So when I say I mean, you know what I mean guys by I mean athlete, Should college player play overseas, that's gonna be a very interesting video.
00:43:04
That's gonna also be ah, uh, experience experience, slash story video.
00:43:12
Because I have no stories.
00:43:13
I have stories about college athletes that I have no, we're trying to juggle with.
00:43:17
Should I go to college or shutters, go play overseas and make some money and then go professional, um, and reasons Why athletes? The Claire? That will be.
00:43:28
I will give you guys a couple of stories on it as well.
00:43:31
Um, there's a lot of reasons why athletes declare.
00:43:33
I'm talking about football and basketball.
00:43:38
Those are the two sports I work on mainly.
00:43:40
So I was to be the two videos tomorrow.
00:43:41
Guys, thank you guys so much for staying up late with me.
00:43:44
I appreciate it.
00:43:45
Don't forget the follow me and simply me underscore a V on Twitter.
00:43:49
I'm a partner. Unwrap sports Network.

Amber Vickers Is Live! Money, Money, Money!! The NCAA makes so much of it. Here’s what I think about it!!!

81 views
Apr 8, 2020
fav_emptyfav_filled2 #NCAA #AllTalk
81 Views
Amber Vickers @MsAV32USN

Transcript hideup

00:00:00
put the last video of the day.
00:00:02
I did a video earlier and I talked about 10 things I would tell and recruit.
00:00:10
I make some questions in there and also some things I would tell a recruit as well.
00:00:14
You didn't go see that video.
00:00:15
Go check it out.
00:00:16
I think it's one of my best videos yet because I am speaking from experience before I get started.
00:00:22
Don't forget to follow me at simply me.
00:00:24
Underscore a V on Twitter.
00:00:26
I am a part of the unwrapped sports network who now this video.
00:00:32
I won't go into too much detail about the money and she makes, but I will just kind of tell you how it happens.
00:00:40
Mainly, I'm talking about football and basketball, those They're two biggest sports football blows basketball out of the water.
00:00:47
You would not believe how much money the incredible it makes for football alone.
00:00:53
It is ridicu less time to get into.
00:00:56
Those numbers also give you my thoughts.
00:01:00
I know a lot of times we look at college athletes and we say OK, they're getting their tuition's paid for.
00:01:07
But these coaches are making a lot of money off the talent of their athletes.
00:01:13
Um, you're getting four or five star recruits that could possibly they get more exposure than coaches do is I always.
00:01:21
And, for example, I remember watching his YouTube videos when he was a junior in high school and then watching his YouTube videos, is a senior in high school.
00:01:30
And, of course, Duke.
00:01:31
He was a phenomenon.
00:01:33
Um, they're just making so much money are cool. Three.
00:01:37
Thank you for joining broadcast.
00:01:38
I appreciate it.
00:01:39
They're just making so much money.
00:01:42
It's ridiculous.
00:01:43
I mean, I didn't even know Well, I took a club course at the University of Oklahoma Intercollegiate athletics, and I learned a lot.
00:01:51
I didn't know about it in so much detail until I took their course, and it really opened by, opened my eyes and showed me a lot.
00:02:00
But I'm gonna tell you, these numbers are from 2012 through 2019.
00:02:06
Of course, 2020.
00:02:07
There is a pause on sports.
00:02:09
So these here these numbers and all these numbers aren't millions.
00:02:14
Let's think about it.
00:02:15
All the numbers I'm going to give you right now in millions.
00:02:18
If they change, I'll let you know.
00:02:20
Now 2012 television and marketing rights fees with $708 million.
00:02:29
Seven.
00:02:30
Clinton, it seven $108.
00:02:32
86 million championships and Artie tournaments was $101.
00:02:38
91 million.
00:02:43
Investments income.
00:02:45
29.
00:02:47
54 Sales and service.
00:02:48
24.
00:02:50
16 Contributions facilities, others was a little bit under a $1,000,000.
00:02:54
This is just from sports, period.
00:02:59
I got these numbers okay.
00:03:03
From my computer.
00:03:04
Uh, I was hard to kind of find numbers two compact.
00:03:08
But once I found him, I was able to put them together.
00:03:12
Jimmy and the boys Thank you for joining the broadcast.
00:03:14
I appreciate it.
00:03:15
March Madness Madness.
00:03:17
That year in 2012 mates.
00:03:18
$670 in TV revenue.
00:03:21
$670 in TV revenue alone.
00:03:26
Um, now, like I said before, you got March Madness on Tru TV, TBS.
00:03:35
Um, CBS, of course.
00:03:37
Was it t and T.
00:03:39
They're just covered on so many networks and channels.
00:03:44
Israel is guys is crazy at now.
00:03:49
Television and marketing rights.
00:03:51
So television and marketing rights championships and Nazi tournaments, investment, income sales and service contributions slap facilities.
00:04:00
I'll do these in order, but I won't say it every single time.
00:04:03
If that makes sense, so the 1st 1 would be television and marketing rights fees.
00:04:08
Championships and our teams will be second.
00:04:12
Investment income will be third cells and service will be fourth and contribution and facilities will be fifth. Someone.
00:04:18
I'm not going to repeat that every single time.
00:04:20
Now we're going to 2003.
00:04:24
684 million $6840.
00:04:27
3 million in TV revenue from self from year.
00:04:32
From 2012 to 2013 it jumped 14.
00:04:36
3 million as crazy.
00:04:39
So first we got 107 126.
00:04:43
3 knots.
00:04:45
UH, 726 points.
00:04:48
3 9,000,110 30.
00:04:50
6 3,000,041 0.
00:04:52
4 million 27.
00:04:54
31 million in 7.
00:04:57
7 million.
00:05:01
Contribution slash facility slash.
00:05:03
Others went up from less to a 1,000,000 to 7 million.
00:05:07
That's crazy.
00:05:08
That's just crazy.
00:05:09
I have all four channels.
00:05:10
I have those channels to Jimmy and the boys.
00:05:12
Thank you for the tip.
00:05:13
I appreciate it.
00:05:14
Let's go to Let's go to 2012 I'm in 2014.
00:05:18
We got 753.
00:05:19
6 million 114.
00:05:22
8 5,000,082 points to 7,000,028 0.
00:05:29
32 million in 9.
00:05:31
99 million.
00:05:33
So you jump contributed Contributions and facilities was less than a 1,000,000 in 2012 but he jumped all the way. It's almost Timmy.
00:05:41
And in 2014 that's that 2 2015 If you guys noticed these numbers are going up, especially the first number, the first number is television and marketing rights fees.
00:05:52
You notice his numbers jumping higher and higher every year.
00:05:57
So let's go.
00:05:58
We got 776.
00:05:59
5 late me and this is 2015 guys.
00:06:03
Then we got one in 19.
00:06:04
82 million.
00:06:06
Now.
00:06:07
Investment income was negative, 20.
00:06:09
56 million.
00:06:12
Then we got cells and service that was 29.
00:06:13
6 million and then contribute contribution Facility slash others was down to 6.
00:06:19
91 me as 2015 2016.
00:06:25
The first number always goes up 790 7.
00:06:29
2 million, 123.
00:06:31
45 million, 35.
00:06:34
64 million started two point 1,000,006 2.
00:06:39
0.
00:06:40
83 million That's 2016 guys.
00:06:42
Their first number continues to rise.
00:06:44
So does the second number.
00:06:45
If you guys have not noticed 2017 look where it jumps to.
00:06:52
We got 100 21.
00:06:53
39 million 129.
00:06:55
4 million, 30.
00:06:58
37 million, six points.
00:07:02
Seven for me Gains and others was 26.
00:07:05
34 me.
00:07:08
So until 2007 thing you had another category at it.
00:07:13
Next six category.
00:07:14
That was on the year the six category was at it to the numbers 2018.
00:07:19
Now we get 100 and 44 points to 70 and 133.
00:07:23
37 million.
00:07:26
200 excuse me.
00:07:28
22.
00:07:29
66 million, 57.
00:07:30
46 million and 6.
00:07:33
65 million the last year.
00:07:37
So this last um, year we had 2019.
00:07:42
We had 867.
00:07:43
5 3,000,177 0.
00:07:47
87 million 14.
00:07:49
57 million.
00:07:51
54 points.
00:07:53
Excuse me, 55.
00:07:54
4 million is a lot of numbers on your guys, and we have 300 excuse me, 3.
00:07:59
13 million.
00:08:03
So those five categories again, the first number was television and marketing rights fees.
00:08:08
The second number was championships in our tea tournaments.
00:08:11
The third number was investment income, the fourth number with sales and service and the fifth number was contribute contributions.
00:08:18
Excuse me, Facility slash other.
00:08:20
So those are those numbers.
00:08:21
And of course, in 2017 we had gang slash other.
00:08:25
That was 26.
00:08:27
3 for me.
00:08:28
I don't know what there was. I didn't explain that to me.
00:08:30
Now I'm going to tell you each year with those where coaches made I'm gonna go college football in college basketball.
00:08:41
I'm going to give you the two top paid coaches every year, and they're the same.
00:08:44
Trust me, they're the same.
00:08:46
I didn't get numbers for 2012 so we're going to 1013.
00:08:51
Cautious chefs.
00:08:52
Kia Duke May 7.
00:08:53
2 million house pay. Next.
00:08:55
Aidan made far from farming 2014 next 7 May 7.
00:08:59
2 Coach K 9.
00:09:02
7 2015 UH, coach came a 9.
00:09:07
8 million Next 7 May 7.
00:09:10
8 Meat 2016 Jim Harbaugh made nine 1,000,000 plus Indian coach Cow made 6.
00:09:23
3 Me Yeah, that's 2016.
00:09:29
2017.
00:09:34
Who Coach K made 7.
00:09:36
2 non being next seven made 11.
00:09:40
1 million dabble Sweeney at that time had just signed his eight year, $54 million contract in 2017 and he got a raise. He got a bump.
00:09:50
So 10 years.
00:09:51
93 million in 2017 he was making that. Then he got there.
00:09:57
Raise.
00:09:58
He got the salary bump in 2018.
00:10:00
Coach K May 8.
00:10:01
98 million Next 7 May 8.3 Me.
00:10:06
2019 of course.
00:10:08
Double Sweeney made 9.
00:10:09
315 million and Coach Cow, now the highest paid.
00:10:15
He makes 9.28 million.
00:10:17
That's how much college football and basketball coaches made black, orange and blond.
00:10:23
Thank you for joining the broadcast.
00:10:24
I appreciate it now.
00:10:28
When I do this, I'm going to do this.
00:10:33
I'm going to go to Google guys and I'ma go university.
00:10:40
Uh, do, um, tuition and i'ma go 2000 2000 swill slash 2013 So, the tuition at Duke part year at that time with 42,000 $308 in 2012 that was 2012 through 2013.
00:11:19
So if we multiply their tops for you, get four years in college, right points in 308 times four as 169,000 232.
00:11:34
Now what does that include? What is your tuition? Include? Let's see.
00:11:44
Must look at this 2012.
00:11:48
Where my Yes.
00:11:50
So, yes, that's for $42,308.
00:11:54
Goodness, um, the enrollment at that time it Duke with 606,484 students.
00:12:05
Now it's hard to get into Duke.
00:12:06
I will say that is very, very difficult to get into Duke.
00:12:11
So one of those numbers intel for tuition.
00:12:14
Let's go back and see is a room and board.
00:12:19
Is it Is it just tuition? Um how much does it cost for four years? A duke go No, in the S a T score to get into Duke, you have to be the averages.
00:12:41
A 14 60.
00:12:43
You must be in a 75% out if 15 40 to get into Duke.
00:12:47
So you have to have a math of 7 90 a reading and writing at 7 50 There is a 4% chance you get into Duke with a 3.
00:13:02
5 g p a.
00:13:06
What's the hardest? North Carolina College is the hardest colleges North Carolina get into Duke leads that, um, the rejection rate is 90 91%.
00:13:17
The acceptance rate is 9%.
00:13:19
I think Stanford's pretty low as well.
00:13:22
Um, the best accredited colleges in North Carolina North University.
00:13:29
Garcon, A Chapel Hill in Duke is second.
00:13:32
Then you have work, Alana State, and then you have wake forced.
00:13:36
It's pretty difficult to get in those a sissy schools.
00:13:38
Vendor field is difficult to get into.
00:13:40
I know as well.
00:13:41
Um, of course, you guys know Stanford cow is difficult to get into, So that's just what what? Duke iss, um, for your tuition.
00:13:53
So for your two wishing your pain forthe $42,300 a year, if you go to Duke as a student.
00:13:59
Ashley, that equals not counting.
00:14:02
All think room and board is counting.
00:14:04
It might be it might be.
00:14:06
You're spending $169,232 per student athletes.
00:14:11
If they're getting a full ride with football in that will one.
00:14:16
Likely, if you're top of crew for basketball, you're getting a full ride and football as well.
00:14:21
So let's look at Alabama's tuition.
00:14:26
That is, Thank you for the 100 whistles.
00:14:29
I appreciate it.
00:14:34
Alabama.
00:14:35
Let's look at that tuition, guys, I'm doing this for a reason.
00:14:39
Um, I will tell you the reason in just a minute Alabama tuition in Alabama.
00:14:46
If you're living off campus, it would have cost you $16,417.
00:14:51
Living on campus is the same rate. $16,417.
00:14:56
It's the South College is cheap.
00:14:58
This is 2012 through 2013 guys.
00:15:02
So let's see.
00:15:04
16 417 times four.
00:15:09
That's $65,668 per athlete for four years.
00:15:16
Now let's see what it is this year.
00:15:20
Obama.
00:15:21
Let's see what it is.
00:15:22
The sure Obama guys, um, come on, Give me the okay now.
00:15:39
The cost of attendance, including tuition fees, books and supplies, costs and living costs, has increased 44.
00:15:45
35% from year 2010 which he was $34,281 where it current year costs are $49,486.
00:15:56
A University of Alabama so undergrad the undergrad tuition and fees have raves from 522,010 to 30,250 in 2020.
00:16:13
30,250.
00:16:15
The grass school tuition fee.
00:16:17
Okay, I don't need to grasp.
00:16:19
So that's Alabama guys.
00:16:22
That's a smaller school.
00:16:23
Now let's look at a different school from a different coach.
00:16:26
Let's look at the University of Michigan Kitty Kathy, 55.
00:16:30
Thank you for drawing the broadcast.
00:16:31
I appreciate the University of Michigan.
00:16:34
Everybody knows why.
00:16:35
John Harbaugh always making the big books.
00:16:37
Let's see what the tuition waas.
00:16:39
20 16 through 17.
00:16:43
Let's look at that guy's Gu 2017.
00:16:49
Let's look in Michigan tuition to do.
00:16:53
Yes, let's look at that.
00:16:55
So Virginia have seniors is different.
00:17:01
Okay, we're gonna go for Lord division freshmen and sop****res.
00:17:05
Tuition and fees is $14,402.
00:17:09
This was guys.
00:17:10
This was 2016 through 2017.
00:17:13
Housing costs is $10,872.
00:17:16
Books of supplies was $1048 personal slash miscellaneous with $2454 total budget.
00:17:23
For a freshman in a sop****re from University of Michigan in ST Mind You 28,776.
00:17:31
Let's Go Upper division.
00:17:32
It is 16,280 for tuition and fees.
00:17:36
It is 10,872 for housing and costs, books and supplies of the same 10 48 and personal miscellaneous is the same 24 54.
00:17:46
The total cost is 30,592.
00:17:50
So when your athlete you don't pay the non, uh, I'm out of state fees.
00:17:55
But if you want to be out of state for tuition, look at this.
00:17:59
Guys, look at this height out of state tuition and fees for a freshman or a sop****re Underclassmen.
00:18:07
It's $45,410 out of state tuition and fees.
00:18:12
It's $48,598 up and you can go toe you for four years for that friend state housing costs is 10,872.
00:18:21
It's the same course Books and supplies is saying personal miscellaneous is your same Who? Okay, in Jim Harbaugh made How much money? $9 million plus.
00:18:33
So for each soon athlete which were going to say in ST, um for each student athlete, we're gonna we're gonna go in the middle.
00:18:41
We're gonna say 29,000 tops four.
00:18:46
It is 100 there for four years before using a recipe of Michigan.
00:18:54
Now we're gonna look at a different coach.
00:18:55
That was paid more.
00:18:58
Let's look at it.
00:19:01
Let's look at Davos Sweeney.
00:19:03
Our second Look a gavel.
00:19:05
We're gonna go 2018 2019 2019 2020 um, to wishing for storms in.
00:19:14
Where are we gonna do? We're gonna do their latest their latest coach of this season.
00:19:21
Moscow University.
00:19:23
Let's go clumsy.
00:19:25
Let's see what we get for Clemson. Guys.
00:19:28
Okay for South Carolina residents is $15,508.
00:19:36
Of course, for out of state tuition is 38,500 in 50 yards.
00:19:42
This is just, uh, tuition and fees.
00:19:45
So let's look at the cost on a living.
00:19:50
Just look at the room and board and all of that.
00:19:57
So tuition and fees per year $15,558 room and board 11,414 That's approximate books and supplies was 1436.
00:20:09
So a total to Goto Clemson $28,408.
00:20:13
We're gonna multiply that times four.
00:20:20
That's multiplied.
00:20:21
It sounds before Suite A.
00:20:23
We're 28 or 08 times for so $113,632 for four year Ride it, cleanse it.
00:20:34
Well, that number would go up, of course, because you know, you guys know tuition fluctuates.
00:20:39
I should have said that, but that's the cheapest it would be.
00:20:43
So the cheapest it would be would be your freshman and sop****re year. I think it goes up.
00:20:47
I think inflation happens every two years at universities.
00:20:50
I'm not quite sure, but I think that's what it is.
00:20:52
So your cheapest to your cheapest years will be your 1st 2 years of cleansing.
00:20:56
Um, the next two years.
00:20:58
It goes up, Of course, that's how they work.
00:21:01
SMI.
00:21:02
Let's look it.
00:21:03
Let's look at the universe.
00:21:05
Let's look in Kentucky the year Calipari had the high in coaching, which is the same year.
00:21:13
Dabble di. That's this year.
00:21:16
So it's, you know, it's the SEC schools not that expensive.
00:21:21
So we looking at tuition and fees, and University of Kentucky is $12,360 for residents out of state residence is 30,000, 680.
00:21:31
Now, let's look at this.
00:21:35
Let's get some more numbers.
00:21:36
That's kind of looking to this to see what housing is and everything like that.
00:21:43
Okay, why won't they just get They're giving me all these numbers.
00:21:52
School of Law, School of Medicine.
00:21:55
This is administration are justly regular numbers.
00:21:58
Per credited, Our, uh all right.
00:22:01
So a resident, it's 66,180.
00:22:06
Alice. Okay, that makes sense.
00:22:09
Um, undergrad.
00:22:10
Just to be a resident, most of housing in things like, What's housing? Residency? Um, it's looking residency, guys, the washing.
00:22:25
They want to get me residency.
00:22:26
But that's tuition and fees.
00:22:28
Guys.
00:22:29
For Kentucky this year, Coach cows the highest paid coach this year.
00:22:34
So I give you those numbers to say this.
00:22:40
I don't want to say most.
00:22:41
Probably about 30% of your suit athletes, I say in basketball 30 if you're coach, cow or coach K bill Self, Um, coaches like that.
00:22:55
Time is Oh, your players aren't staying for years.
00:22:59
Your your top layer is not staying with you four years, he's probably saying to a three.
00:23:03
So it's costing you.
00:23:06
Maybe like 50 to 60 grand per player.
00:23:10
Ah, a year on top of their stipend.
00:23:14
I don't know some players.
00:23:15
Your financial aid attached to it is.
00:23:16
Well, I talked about that in the video.
00:23:20
My last video.
00:23:21
Um, some players get financial aid attached this, but I have a little money to play with. Now.
00:23:27
Just think about it.
00:23:28
You gotta eat.
00:23:29
You might have rent to pay and things like that.
00:23:32
So there's a lot that goes into it.
00:23:34
These coaches make a lot of money.
00:23:36
These players make the university's a lot of money.
00:23:40
These players make these networks a lot of money.
00:23:42
You glass heart, the revenue numbers, and that's just the tip of the iceberg.
00:23:49
I'm back.
00:23:50
I am about to talk about college for Baba playoff.
00:23:55
He's gonna So in 2013 college football made $3.
00:24:04
4 billion.
00:24:07
We repeat that in 2013 alone, just 2013.
00:24:13
Now this is the BCS era because of possible.
00:24:16
While playoff start in 2014 college football made $3.
00:24:20
4 billion alone.
00:24:22
Just college football.
00:24:24
The numbers for college football blow everybody else out the water.
00:24:29
So college.
00:24:31
Let's look, I'm a look at the time I looked this up.
00:24:35
Which NC Double A sports make the most entities right there on the watches.
00:24:42
I just saw it.
00:24:46
So here we go.
00:24:50
Football is the most is responsible for the most total sports revenue.
00:24:54
Football makes the most money.
00:24:56
For example, University of Texas is the the highest pay football program.
00:25:02
They have a Longhorn network and all of it most revenue for athletics.
00:25:06
They got 100 and $82 million for athletics just by by themselves.
00:25:11
70% of that okay from college football, and this was in 2017.
00:25:17
So let's chart.
00:25:19
I'm a Chart 2017 guys, cause that's what they gave me College football revenue Boss Sport made 31,000,019.
00:25:29
24,000.
00:25:31
154.
00:25:32
This is just revenue.
00:25:34
Um, means basketball made eight million.
00:25:43
193 344,000.
00:25:45
So you see the discrepancy there? Um, but football cultural ball made a lot of money in 2013.
00:25:55
I'm not.
00:25:56
This is just this is revenue.
00:25:59
The gap between Yep, this is just playing on revenue for amateur boxing makes more money than the 30 for the average college football team makes more money than the next 35 College sports come by, so you see how that's how that's done.
00:26:19
Let's look at college revenue in 2018.
00:26:23
I see what they'll give me.
00:26:25
UM, the at with average and your college football revenue of 96 million across three most recent seasons, which financial data is available? Okay, how much? The average school generates 31.
00:26:42
9 million in college football revenue every year.
00:26:46
The average school generates $31.
00:26:50
9 million in football revenue each year.
00:26:55
So those numbers I gave you before was per school.
00:26:58
So your average school is making 31 media those numbers I gave you when I gave you for bought in basketball.
00:27:05
The average school.
00:27:08
What do what do you guys consider an average school? Those power five conferences.
00:27:13
The Big 12 the SEC, the A, C C, the Pac 12 Big 12 sec, sec, petrol and Big 10 are your power five conferences for college football basketball? They don't really have power conferences.
00:27:30
Book power, five conferences, Pac 12 Big 12 sec, sec impact.
00:27:38
I mean, Big Tin make the most money.
00:27:41
Texas made 100 and $82 million in college living a long time. 70%.
00:27:49
So let's see what that was.
00:27:50
1 82 Maybe you We're my calculator.
00:27:55
Really? Okay, Will Time. 70%.
00:28:01
27 million.
00:28:03
400,000 of those dollars were from college football by self for Texas box of mind through Texas did not go to the cultural ball play off this year.
00:28:15
Yes.
00:28:18
Now, guys, I'm going to give you who goodness these numbers.
00:28:22
I'm gonna give you some college football numbers.
00:28:24
I'm gonna leave you with these.
00:28:25
He's a college football playoff numbers.
00:28:28
So, in 2015 2018 2021 2024 you'll have $475 for, um for right, plus another $55 million that equals 530 million for the cause for my playoff and the Orange Boat for those years.
00:28:49
2015 2018 2021 2024.
00:28:53
You have 475 million for college football playoff rights, plus another 55 million, which gives you 530 million for the cultural bar playoff and orange boat toe in 16 2019 2020 2020.
00:29:10
Excuse me.
00:29:11
2016 2019 2022 2020 25.
00:29:16
It's so hard to say those numbers get another $475 million.
00:29:19
160 million dollars, which gives you 635 million accosted by play off the Rose Bo and the Sugar Boat.
00:29:28
Let's go next! 2017 2020 2023 2026.
00:29:35
You get another $475 million Plus.
00:29:38
Listen to this.
00:29:39
This was this year plus 215 million, which equals $690 million for college football playoff, the Rose Bowl and Sugar Ball and the Orange Bowl.
00:29:53
That's a lot of money now.
00:29:56
Revenue distribution.
00:29:58
Each of those conferences or five conferences gets $50 million each.
00:30:02
So you divided into those teams in the Big 12 text.
00:30:05
In teams you get $50 million.
00:30:07
That's $5 million per school.
00:30:10
You get $6 million for going to the cause for my playoff.
00:30:13
So if this so if claims in l a shoe, what we had Clemson.
00:30:18
L s u Ohio State.
00:30:19
In Oklahoma, I was accosted by playoff.
00:30:21
They all got $6 million.
00:30:23
You get $4 million for the other college playoff boats, I think where wherever balls were outside a cookhouse football playoff, you get $4 million for those, um, for each school.
00:30:37
Elected conferences divide the money equally, all their schools.
00:30:43
Texas is the richest college football program.
00:30:46
It's 219 million, 402,579.
00:30:52
Now I'm gonna pick.
00:30:53
Compare college women's college basketball numbers to man's college basketball members.
00:30:58
Everybody knows who Gino Auriemma is.
00:31:00
The head basketball culture you can.
00:31:01
He makes $2.
00:31:02
4 million a year.
00:31:04
Calipari This year May ate me $158,000 a year.
00:31:08
Gino Auriemma has one board games and John Calipari.
00:31:11
If I'm not mistaken, he has more championships.
00:31:14
I know for sure.
00:31:15
Let's go to Gino Auriemma.
00:31:19
That's looking him.
00:31:22
Gino.
00:31:23
Gino Auriemma.
00:31:24
His record.
00:31:25
He's 1 955 games on the Lost 1 34 So we got me write this down, guys.
00:31:31
We got 900.
00:31:33
He is.
00:31:34
He's one of the best cultures. Period.
00:31:36
955 games.
00:31:38
One.
00:31:39
He's only lost 1 34 Um, Helen.
00:31:42
He makes He only makes $2.
00:31:47
4 million.
00:31:50
That's all he makes is $2.
00:31:52
4 million.
00:31:54
That's crazy.
00:31:56
He's one of those games.
00:31:57
Actually, His whole know his record. That's wrong.
00:32:02
As if they record.
00:32:03
He's 1 1091 games and only lost 1 42 Um, he was assistant, I say Justice for 1979 1970 78 79 season.
00:32:15
He was an assistant at ST Joseph's then.
00:32:18
He wants a Bishop Kendrick High School.
00:32:19
He was an assistant from 79 81.
00:32:22
He was assistant in Virginia 81 85 he's been a Yukon since 85.
00:32:27
His record is 1 22 and 20.
00:32:33
He has 11 championships.
00:32:35
He has 20.
00:32:37
He has been, too.
00:32:44
He used to play in India.
00:32:46
He has won 20 feet.
00:32:48
Viticulture Yukon.
00:32:49
He has won 25 conference championships.
00:32:53
He has won 26 regular season conference championships.
00:32:57
He's an eight time nation, if Coach of the year, the seven time W big C a national country here, the night time AP coach of the year.
00:33:05
Yes, a lot on here.
00:33:06
Gus is a lot.
00:33:08
He has a golden Sydney, a goat in London, a goat in Rio de Janeiro ago, Czech Republic in a golden turkey and he had a bronze in the Czech Republic for the Under 19 World championship team $0.
00:33:21
4 million a year.
00:33:23
Let's look at L a pair.
00:33:24
Let's see how many gang John Calipari has warned.
00:33:27
Let's go through his background.
00:33:33
Let's click on John Calipari.
00:33:35
Guys, let's see if I can get Coach Cow.
00:33:42
Okay, now it's just like John Calipari's look.
00:33:46
Coach Construct hereby knows it.
00:33:48
Um, sec.
00:33:49
His record is 33 77.
00:33:52
Okay, um, he played a UNC Wellington from 78 to 80.
00:33:58
He played a clarion from 82.
00:34:00
He was a point guard from 82 to 85.
00:34:04
He was a Kansas associate coach.
00:34:06
Associate assistant.
00:34:07
Excuse me, 85 88 Years of Pittsburgh assistant.
00:34:10
He cuts the humanities from 88 to 96.
00:34:13
He comes to New Jersey next.
00:34:14
Remember, he was in the League 96 tonight, now the New Jersey Nets and now the Brooklyn Nets.
00:34:18
If you guys don't know he was an assistant for the Philadelphia 76 years and 99 2000.
00:34:23
He coached Memphis that they're gross team in 2000 to 2009.
00:34:28
He's gonna Kentucky since 2009.
00:34:30
His overall record, though.
00:34:31
Guys, I'm sorry.
00:34:32
It's 7733 2 15 Um, His MBA record was 72 in 1 12 Now he has one division.
00:34:44
Uh, he has won national championship.
00:34:47
That was in 2012.
00:34:48
You guys remember that you have six regional final 46 FCC tournaments Championship six SEC regular championships.
00:34:55
Four. Conference US Tape four.
00:34:57
Conference USA.
00:34:59
How long Tournament championships.
00:35:03
Five C.
00:35:04
USA regular season titles.
00:35:06
5 18 and tournament in 5 18 regular season.
00:35:12
Wendy's was vacated about NC, double late.
00:35:14
Let me see what you want 2008 was vacated.
00:35:19
Just 2008 regional Final Four was vacated about instantly.
00:35:23
They had those violations.
00:35:25
Now he's been a nation of culture.
00:35:26
Your three times AP Culture Here once in ABC Coach of the Year three times.
00:35:33
Um, basketball time sculpture.
00:35:36
You're twice.
00:35:37
So he's in SEC coach the year. Four times.
00:35:41
I think that was conference.
00:35:42
You would say, Yeah, well, see us a compass, you say Culture your three times 18 coaching here three times now he had a goat meddle in Puerto Rico.
00:35:56
Brian's in Egypt.
00:36:00
Oh, just look at the discrepancy, guys.
00:36:02
He's wine.
00:36:04
733 games.
00:36:06
Gino has 1 1091 games.
00:36:11
He's lost 77.
00:36:12
Gino has lost 1 42 Dino has what a loving championships.
00:36:21
Cal Perry has one look at the discrepancy of K.
00:36:24
Also, I know that the women's basketball has rights to ESPN and ESPN.
00:36:29
Two.
00:36:30
Now the FCC got the S E.
00:36:31
C. Network. That place means the women's games.
00:36:34
Um, I think now well, you can't Women basketballs moving back to the Big East issue.
00:36:40
They were in a a C.
00:36:41
I don't know if the A C had television rights or not, but you comes on TV a lot because they are who they are.
00:36:48
But look at that pay discrepancy.
00:36:51
So men's basketball brings in a lot of money, and they paid their coaches a lot of money.
00:36:55
Women's basketball does and bring in as much.
00:36:58
You guys know that women go and play, oversee, oversee Excuse me for 67 months, and then they come back and play in the WNBA for about four or five months and they go back overseas.
00:37:07
It's like a repeating cycle.
00:37:09
The N B A to get the little break.
00:37:11
Ah, they get the play from October Thio June.
00:37:14
If they're lucky, get a couple of months.
00:37:17
Often, they're back at it.
00:37:18
W B o doesn't get a break.
00:37:19
They get like to excuse me.
00:37:20
Women's basketball players don't get a break.
00:37:22
Get like 23 weeks to spend with their families, and then they're back at it again.
00:37:26
Um, so there's a discrepancy and money because of how much money college basketball makes in all those networks.
00:37:35
I know Fox Sports Extreme, both men's and women's ESPN does as well.
00:37:39
Uh, c b extra streams, man CBS is pretty much the SNC Network, all their football games on own CBS and also their basketball games as well.
00:37:50
Um, ABC, of course, is the ESPN affiliate.
00:37:53
They played mostly N B A games.
00:37:55
I don't think I've ever seen a college basketball game on ABC.
00:37:59
No, you won't, because usually it's either.
00:38:01
CBS, CBS is pretty much college affiliated.
00:38:04
Um, our code three.
00:38:05
I never knew what What did you never know? I never knew that.
00:38:08
What did you never know? And I could probably, um I'm giving you guys information here because it's so overwhelming about how much these college coaches make and have my sheets colleges bring in the W is just a huge money grab.
00:38:23
Um, I confessed.
00:38:24
Used to talk about that all the time in my intercollegiate sports class.
00:38:29
Used to talk about the money, grab the money, grab a monograph.
00:38:31
He actually talked.
00:38:33
He wrote a book about it.
00:38:34
The issue Double A.
00:38:35
He was on HBO about it.
00:38:37
We had a woman from the whistleblower case in the Russian or kill on it.
00:38:40
She came and spoke to our class, actually about the whistleblower case because she was the whistle blower that were put these players and these these classes in passing them.
00:38:51
But the investment of Caroline, and that's when Congressional Carolina got those sanctions.
00:38:55
It's the whistle blower, you guys to go look it up.
00:38:58
She can talk to our class about it.
00:39:00
My car's professor, he was on HBO.
00:39:02
He did HBO special.
00:39:03
He wrote his own book, Dr Gunny.
00:39:06
Um, so yeah, um, that's it for his video guys.
00:39:12
I gave you guys a lot of numbers.
00:39:13
It's a lot to think about to see how much these colleges actually make off of these athletes.
00:39:18
Backs how much these athletes actually have to sacrifice two play.
00:39:27
I mean, they love doing it, so they love color sports.
00:39:31
College sports is something we all look forward to.
00:39:33
We all the ports of March Madness.
00:39:36
Everybody was excited about March Madness because there was no dominant team this year.
00:39:41
Everybody was like, Man, there's no dominant team.
00:39:43
Um, there are a lot of good players.
00:39:45
We get to see these mid majors you to C O B Topping play on TV Malik Ops land.
00:39:49
He puts the Sunday It'll stay open talking place for Dayton.
00:39:52
I'll be topping clean the board of National Player of the Year Awards.
00:39:56
Malik offline is a really good player to watch.
00:39:59
You could see these smaller schools compete against these larger schools.
00:40:02
Um, then Dahlia was number one seed this year.
00:40:05
So you just got to see that you wanted to see that you love to watch these kids play every weekend or every week for cultural by every weekend for college basketball's a couple times a week.
00:40:19
Love, Um, Blockbuster Tuesday.
00:40:22
You love Big Monday.
00:40:23
I don't look for today.
00:40:25
I love watching CBS sports and watching the SEC gangs.
00:40:29
They played SEC games on there.
00:40:32
You know, you got just so much they put so much passion enjoy into what they do when I love watching it, because I remember being in the same position.
00:40:41
But guys, those with numbers, they will blow your mind.
00:40:44
If you look him up, they will blow your mind.
00:40:47
I couldn't imagine a ticket well, ticket process of football games, the paint, all who you play.
00:40:54
I'm gonna give you guys an example that I'm going to get off here for the night now if oh, you when Oh, you play Florida State at home my hard shared values for 20 years.
00:41:08
So 20 it was 2000 and 10.
00:41:10
Oh, you play Florida State.
00:41:12
The average ticket price for their Florida State game now depends on how you play, how much the ticket's gonna cost.
00:41:17
It was a day game. It was hot.
00:41:19
I went through probably about six bottles of water that I had to pay for all of the book.
00:41:23
Hot I was a bottle for that ticket was about 100 in $14 sitting student section.
00:41:29
I think about 1 14 I pay $115 forward to sit in the student section.
00:41:35
Oh, you This was in 2000 and 10 U football game.
00:41:41
It depends on how you play, how much the ticket is.
00:41:43
So just imagine what the costs are now this side of every game they actually expanded, actually bigger.
00:41:50
Now they expanded it, and I don't know how many seats they added.
00:41:55
They added a lot of seats.
00:41:57
So now ticket process.
00:41:59
Of course they're gonna go up, and of course, they're gonna keep filling the stands.
00:42:03
So just imagine how much money they're making off of ticket sales along boosters alumni donations.
00:42:09
Everything like that.
00:42:10
I got the email every year about donating.
00:42:12
So the college group, I mean to the football programs of the basketball programs and things like that.
00:42:18
So, guys, thank you so much with Washington Rio.
00:42:21
42 minutes.
00:42:22
I didn't know.
00:42:23
Thank you guys so much questions, video.
00:42:25
I appreciate it.
00:42:26
Tomorrow I will be bringing you two videos tomorrow.
00:42:30
Of course, I gave you guys to the night.
00:42:34
Let's look at the videos I am doing tomorrow.
00:42:37
So tomorrow I am doing reasons why athletes to declare.
00:42:44
I'm gonna do football and basketball reasons why athletes enter the draft and, um, should I play overseas? So she had the college basketball player play overseas.
00:42:54
So when I say I mean, you know what I mean guys by I mean athlete, Should college player play overseas, that's gonna be a very interesting video.
00:43:04
That's gonna also be ah, uh, experience experience, slash story video.
00:43:12
Because I have no stories.
00:43:13
I have stories about college athletes that I have no, we're trying to juggle with.
00:43:17
Should I go to college or shutters, go play overseas and make some money and then go professional, um, and reasons Why athletes? The Claire? That will be.
00:43:28
I will give you guys a couple of stories on it as well.
00:43:31
Um, there's a lot of reasons why athletes declare.
00:43:33
I'm talking about football and basketball.
00:43:38
Those are the two sports I work on mainly.
00:43:40
So I was to be the two videos tomorrow.
00:43:41
Guys, thank you guys so much for staying up late with me.
00:43:44
I appreciate it.
00:43:45
Don't forget the follow me and simply me underscore a V on Twitter.
00:43:49
I'm a partner. Unwrap sports Network.

Watch Next back continue

13:58
1H ago
play_arrow
@DPNSportsTalk Patriots Being Completely Underestimated?
14:13
6H ago
play_arrow
@AdamArmbrecht NBA looking at 2K for insane idea in Orlando #AllTalk#NBA#Corona#AllSports
2:26:50
6H ago
play_arrow
@landondallasfan ECHOPARK 250 AT ATLANTA (XFINITY SERIES ) LIVE STREAM LIVE REACTION
9:29
10H ago
play_arrow
@DPNSportsTalk Odell Beckham Jr. and the importance of the 2020 season
1:36:16
8H ago
play_arrow
46:33
10H ago
play_arrow
@LawrenceOwen NFL analyst suggests that Texans offense is better without DeAndre Hopkins #NFL
48:19
10H ago
play_arrow
@RayRauth NFL analyst suggests that Texans offense is better without DeAndre Hopkins #NFL
2:06:16
10H ago
play_arrow
@landondallasfan CAMPING WORLD 200 AT ATLANTA TRUCK SERIES LIVE STREAM LIVE REACTION #NASCAR#PxP
16:40
12H ago
play_arrow
@beetlesauce Conquering courts in NBA2k20 #nba2k#eSports
3:31
12H ago
play_arrow
@landondallasfan XFINITY SERIES AT ATLANTA PREVIEW #NASCAR#AllTalk#PreGame
complete
2:01:55
11H ago
play_arrow
@SamuelReisSport Borussia Dortmund vs. Hertha Berlin - Bundesliga #Bundesliga#soccer#PxP
1:15:17
11H ago
play_arrow
@klw sports talk with kerry wehmeyer show june 6 #AllTalk#AllSports
10:12
13H ago
play_arrow
@DPNSportsTalk Patriots’ Bill Belichick ‘sacrificed’ football to discuss recent events #Patriots#AllTalk#Spotlight
7:48
13H ago
play_arrow
@ClevelandzSportz NBA 2K Tournament. Join Stream to hear details. #NBA2K#eSports
14:44
14H ago
play_arrow
@Supersam Bayer 04 Leverkusen vs FC Bayern Munich #Bundesliga#soccer#PxP
9:58
14H ago
play_arrow
7:37
15H ago
play_arrow
@Supersam Bundesliga RB Leipzig vs SC Paderborn 07 #Bundesliga#Soccer#PxP
complete
2:23:53
14H ago
play_arrow
@Floodster Throwback Coms #27 Toronto Blue Jays vs Kansas City Royals 2015 ALCS Game 6 #MLB#Rewind#PxP#BlueJays#Royals

Related Streams back continue

complete
34:23
23H ago
play_arrow
@SSNPowerHour No. Sleep. Till. Sports. Talk. Part 2 June 5th/June 6th #NFL#NBA#NHL#AllTalk#SplitScreen
31:03
23H ago
play_arrow
@thenext NSTST: What If Russell Wilson Part 2 #NFL#AllTalk#NBA#AllSports#SplitScreen
12:29
1D ago
play_arrow
34:34
1D ago
play_arrow
@thenext What if the Browns Traded for Russell Wilson #NFL#AllTalk#Seahawks#RussellWilson#SplitScreen#Browns
33:11
1D ago
play_arrow
@TDSuucs Top 5 South Florida Players- Isaac and Drew #MLB#NFL#NBA#NHL#AllTalk#SplitScreen
complete
30:44
1D ago
play_arrow
@DevoJr Top 5 South Florida Players- Isaac and Drew #MLB#NFL#NBA#NHL#AllTalk#SplitScreen
16:29
1D ago
play_arrow
@InsideTheDugout Top 5 South Florida Players- Isaac and Drew #MLB#NFL#NBA#NHL#AllTalk#SplitScreen
complete
35:23
1D ago
play_arrow
@IsaacSports Top 5 South Florida Players- Isaac and Drew #MLB#NFL#NBA#NHL#AllTalk#SplitScreen
1:31:47
1D ago
play_arrow
complete
5:39
1D ago
play_arrow
@IsaacSports Patriots’ Jarrett Stidham leading offseason sessions with teammates #NFL#Patriots#Stidham#AllTalk
38:22
1D ago
play_arrow
48:16
1D ago
play_arrow
44:37
1D ago
play_arrow
complete
29:56
1D ago
play_arrow
complete
19:43
1D ago
play_arrow
@Phils 3 moves the Dallas Cowboys NEED to make in order to return to the Super Bowl #EversonGriffen#JamalAdams#DakPrescott#Dak#Cowboys#NFL#AllTalk
1:31:28
1D ago
play_arrow
1:09:50
1D ago
play_arrow
@klw sportstalk with kerry wehmeyer show june 5 #AllSports#AllTalk
1:01:32
1D ago
play_arrow
@LawrenceOwen Kyle Shanahan claims Jimmy Garoppolo could be all-time great quarterback #NFL#49ers#AllTalk#AFLOpinion#Spotlight#SplitScreen
Broadcaster Insights chevron_left
Create An Account chevron_right
add_a_photo
https://sportscastr.com/
By signing up, you agree to the Terms of Use and privacy policy.
Get Started
Sign In Sign Up chevron_right

Sign in to join the SportsCastr community and get completely free access to more features than ever! Choose a sign in method below.

facebook With Facebook continue
twitter With Twitter continue
email With Email continue
mobile Text me a code continue
Sign In Sign Up chevron_left
email

enter your email address

We will send you a code to confirm your email.

Send Code
Sign In Sign Up chevron_left
lock

enter the code we sent you

You already have a SportsCastr account. You may login to your existing account.

We sent a code to

Confirm & Sign In Sign Up Resend Code
Sign In Sign Up chevron_left
mobile

enter your phone number

We will send you a code to confirm your number.

Send Code
Sign In Sign Up chevron_left
lock

enter the code we sent you

We sent a code to

Confirm & Sign In Sign Up Resend Code
Share Stream chevron_right
Download Stream chevron_right

Encoding Failed

This video failed to encode. Please contact support if you would like to download it.

Contact Support Share Stream Instead
Download Stream chevron_right

This video is

This video will take up on your device.
Are you sure you want to download it?

Download Stream Share Stream Instead
Download Stream chevron_right

Not ready yet

This stream is not yet ready to download. Please try again later.

Share Stream Instead
Embed Stream chevron_right

Copy & Paste this embed code to embed this stream on your website or blog. You can also embed your channel so anytime you go live, the live stream will be shown.

Copy Embed Code Embed Channel Instead
Tix Received chevron_right tip_leader
Broadcast Stats chevron_right tip_leader
New Followers chevron_right tip_leader
Share This Broadcast chevron_right
chevron_left pip_mid pip_mid pip_mid chevron_right
Audio Controls chevron_right
mic
Microphone

This will toggle your microphone ON or OFF.

mute_mic
Original Audio for viewers

When toggled ON, viewers will hear both the broadcast audio and your microphone. When toggled OFF, your viewers will only hear the audio from your microphone.

volume_up
Original Audio for You

Toggle ON the original audio ONLY if you are wearing headphones, so your viewers don’t hear an echo from your speakers.

Back To Stream chevron_right
More Options chevron_right
Amber Vickers @MsAV32USN Follow
person 81 Viewers continue
comments See Comments continue
share Share Stream continue
embed Embed Stream continue
closed_captionclosed_caption_off HideShow Closed Captions continue
transcripttranscript HideShow Transcript continue
expand collapse Expand Collapse continue
flag Report Broadcaster continue
community Game Commentators continue
leave Leave Stream continue
Tip Leaderboard chevron_right tip_leader
Initial Crap
Game Commentators chevron_right