|It’s been a while since that great movie with Gene Hackman. (Photo “courtesy” of Getty Images and Forbes.com)|
According to Forbes – that business magazine and (mostly) website (because print is dead, and all that) which released annual lists, rankings, and analysis fit with gorgeous photos – the Indiana Hoosiers are the worst college football team in America, for the money.
Forbes created the list (or they took it from somewhere else and made a slideshow) by taking the total payroll and expenses of each college football game and then spreading it over how many wins they had.
The Hoosiers are known best outside of Indiana for being that team Gene Hackman coached in Hoosiers (come on, what else would it be called?), but that was the basketball team. This year, the University of Indiana spent just over $16 million on Hoosiers Football and they won one game.
Therefore, the Indiana Hoosiers spent $16 million per win. One win. Uno.
The (Ole) Miss Rebels spent $18 million on two wins. Embarassing, but only $9/win. Not bad.
And, the Kansas Jayhawks spent $13 million on two wins. $6.5 million/win. We’re getting better.
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