Alabama’s football team saw another successful season with Nick Saban at the helm on the field and off it.
According to AL.com, Alabama’s athletics department turned a profit of $33 million in 2013-2014. The increase from the previous year — a little under $6 million — was directly related to another profitable season of football.
Alabama football generated $53.3 million surplus with revenues of $95.3 million.
For comparison’s sake, lowly Auburn actually lost money in 2013-14.
According to Montgomery Advertiser, Auburn athletics lost $13.6 million last season, while the Tigers football program brought in $33 million in surplus and $83 million in revenue.
Chalk another one up for the Tide.