For those of you familiar with Forbes magazine, they have been publishing annual valuations of all the professional sports teams for years, but for the last two, they've put together the value of the top college football teams as if they were a capitalized business. Unlike professional franchises which can be bought and sold in the open market, our teams belong solely to the university and their capitalization must be measured in a different sort of way. For Forbes, they looked at the *dividend* that is paid out to the *shareholders* in three different fashions: 1--Profits made for the university to plow back into football and into academic programs; 2--Revenue generated for the teams' respective conference; 3--Revenue generated for the surrounding community.

1) Texas, $119M value, $59M...

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