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The Panthers and Hawkeyes were in the red and the Cyclones broke even according to a USA Today report.

The Iowa Hawkeyes with an athletic department revenue of more than $113-million dollars ranks 20th in the country and seventh in the Big Ten Conference...

Texas A&M with a budget of $194-million leads the country... The Hawks spent $116-million in 2016...which adds up to a deficit of around $3-million dollars.

The Iowa State Cyclones rank 48th nationally and seventh in the Big 12 with revenue of more than $78-million... And the Cyclones were also fiscally responsible---coming in under budget by about $76-thousand dollars....

The Northern Iowa Panthers rank 145 nationally...And UNI is fifth out of six Missouri Valley Conference schools with revenue of more than $17-million dollars...

But the Panthers spent more than they brought in....ending with a deficit of $765-thousand dollars

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