Michigan's total AD revenue continues to grow under Mr. Brandon, and continues to be in the top five nationally.
A few interesting findings in the data compiled by USA Today: the tremendous growth in revenue over the past 10 years; and the fact that some of the schools with higher revenues than Michigan, such as Wisconsin and Alabama, receive huge subsidies even though they are raking it in anyhow. I'm not sure the basis of Michigan's small reported subsidy (about 250k), does anyone know? Student facility fees?
EDIT: I found a reference explaining Michigan's subsidy, from Dave Ablauf, the AD spokesman:
"Michigan reported receiving less than $260,000: $16,000 in federal work study funding and the remainder from the university to cover the salary of academic services director Phil Hughes, according to athletics spokesman Dave Ablauf."
This was reported last year, 2013, for the 2012 season. Thanks LSAClassOf2000 for the tip.