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ACC Revenue For 2014-15 Up $100 Million From Previous Year

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The ACC reported $403 million in revenue for the 2014-15 year, up $100 million from the previous year, according to ESPN's Andrea Adelson. Third among the Power 5 conferences, the ACC's 14 full-time football-playing schools received an average of $26.2 million. Notre Dame, which is not a football member, received $6.2 million.

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According to ESPN, Florida State received the highest payout at $27.6 million, while Syracuse got the lowest at nearly $24 million.

The ACC went from $232 million in revenue in 2012-13 to more than $400 million in its latest financial report. The next big target is trying to complete a long-awaited ACC Network.

Adelson goes on to explain where the added revenue came from, as well as how much ACC commissioner John Swofford made, and you can find that here.