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    It's just revenue. Not profits
    By rough calculations, it would seem that ticket sales would generate closer to $300000 alone without any other income (club memberships, etc).

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    IMO, you can count almost all income as profit because the expenses are fixed at a very high degree. Granted UL softball incurs expenses that other women sports don't. I'd say UL softball cannot be compared to other state schools except LSU, who get extraordinary income from the SEC.

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    Since you only get 12 scholarships for softball (11.7 for baseball) and a large percentage of the players are on academic scholarships or TOPS, how do they calculate the expenses on this? They also typically have 5-8 redshirts every year who never travel.

    I know for years we've been taking buses for trips for virtually all road trips. The only flight I remember was when we went to Oregon about three years ago. We seem to have deliberately avoided trips that could have helped us RPI wise because they were too expensive. I'd be really interested to look at the actual P&L for programs.

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    A letter from softball players is asking the University of Louisiana to end its "unjust and uncorroborated" investigation into head coach Michael Lotief, who was placed on administrative leave Oct. 6



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    A wise man tried to warn us in the 80s and 90s about letting athletics get too big for our thongs. People like J1M didn't want to listen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunrunner View Post
    A wise man tried to warn us in the 80s and 90s about letting athletics get too big for our thongs. People like J1M didn't want to listen.
    Sey Hey Ray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunrunner View Post
    A wise man tried to warn us in the 80s and 90s about letting athletics get too big for our thongs. People like J1M didn't want to listen.
    Christ almighty..... for the sake of those of us that "toiled in the mud pits back then" don't bring those nightmares up.....😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunrunner View Post
    A wise man tried to warn us in the 80s and 90s about letting athletics get too big for our thongs. People like J1M didn't want to listen.
    I know you're joking, but I just died a little more inside...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunAmos View Post
    Since you only get 12 scholarships for softball (11.7 for baseball) and a large percentage of the players are on academic scholarships or TOPS, how do they calculate the expenses on this? They also typically have 5-8 redshirts every year who never travel.

    I know for years we've been taking buses for trips for virtually all road trips. The only flight I remember was when we went to Oregon about three years ago. We seem to have deliberately avoided trips that could have helped us RPI wise because they were too expensive. I'd be really interested to look at the actual P&L for programs.
    I'd submit that any money from TOPS, academic scholarships, pell grants aren't a function of athletic expenses, or revenue. All those items are available to all students who qualify.

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    I don't know what's going on...


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunAmos View Post
    By rough calculations, it would seem that ticket sales would generate closer to $300000 alone without any other income (club memberships, etc).
    Baseball season tickets = 500k
    Baseball Gate Receipts = 100k

    Softball season tickets = 110k
    Softball tay receipts = 60k

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunAmos View Post
    I'm curious. Can you pull up those number for other baseball/softball situations state wide? I'd be willing to bet that this is the norm for most universities recognized as top softball programs. Does it happen to say how much baseball makes from local signage in the stadium? I've always wondered about that income. Thanks
    If you are talking about the baseball wall signs it is 30 sponsors at $3,000 a season and the old scoreboard is around $12,000

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmv90 View Post
    Baseball season tickets = 500k
    Baseball Gate Receipts = 100k

    Softball season tickets = 110k
    Softball tay receipts = 60k
    Baseball concessions = 115k
    Softball confessions = 13k

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    Softball spent $415,148 on scholarships. Baseball spent $384,673


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    It is good to see we have an AD with a backbone and not afraid to stand up to bully coaches like SF was.


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    Interesting that this happened in Missouri last year..

    http://www.kansascity.com/sports/col...106958717.html


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    Advertisement is split between the general fund ($306k), and $87,500 to each men's basketball and women's basketball.

    So I don't know how much ads and sponsors brig in to baseball.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KajunKrazy View Post
    It is good to see we have an AD with a backbone and not afraid to stand up to bully coaches like SF was.
    Didn't SF stand up to this coach?

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    Wonder how any of these girls would feel if they were abused and came forward only to have the university not investigate it? Wonder if they would feel like that action would be "gender equity"?


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    It is amazing how many people are blindly bashing the administration and supporting coach mike without hearing shred of defense from the university... an actual phd professor wrote an opinion piece in the Advertiser...starts her letter with "I don't know any details...." then goes on to say mike is being mistreated... what?!?!.....a Dr. can't be that stupid, right??

    Anyone recall how long Penn State University stayed on mute before acknowledging their terrible situation?


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunAmos View Post
    Then I guess she was a volunteer assistant, so I guess they fired a volunteer.
    Would assume the state is just like all other employers...employment-at-will State we are...

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