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    2011-12 SEC Revenue Distribution

    The Southeastern Conference will distribute approximately $241.5 million to the 12 league institutions in the revenue sharing plan for the 2011-12 fiscal year, which ends Aug. 31, 2012, according to league commissioner Mike Slive.
                
    The $241.5 million is the highest total ever distributed in SEC history and represents a 9.8 percent increase from the $219.9 million distributed to the schools in 2010-11.
                
    The revenue sharing plans include money generated by football television, bowls, the SEC Football Championship, basketball television, the SEC Men's Basketball Tournament and NCAA Championships.
                
    Broken down by categories and rounded off, the $241.5 million was derived from $116.6 million from football television, $34.2 million from bowls, $15.3 million from the SEC Football Championship, $31.2 million from basketball television, $4.9 million from the SEC Men's Basketball Tournament, $24.9 million from NCAA Championships and $14.4 million in a supplemental distribution.
                
    The average amount distributed to each school was $20.1 million.
                
    Not included in the $241.5 million was $12.8 million retained by the institutions participating in bowls and $816,000 divided among all 12 institutions by the NCAA for academic enhancement.
            
    Revenues derived by the institutions from its local media packages as well as from other conference initiatives are not included in the total amount.
                
    Other yearly money distributions, since 1980, are as follows:  1980 ($4.1 million); 1981 ($5.57 million); 1982 ($7.24 million); 1983 ($9.53 million); 1984 ($18.4 million); 1985 ($9.34 million); 1986 ($13.1 million); 1987 ($13.56 million); 1988 ($14.34 million); 1989 ($13.85 million); 1990 ($16.3 million); 1991 ($20.6 million); 1992 ($27.7 million); 1993 ($34.34 million); 1994 ($34.36 million); 1995 ($40.3 million); 1996 ($45.5 million); 1997 ($58.9 million); 1998 ($61.2 million); 1999 ($68.5 million); 2000 ($73.2 million); 2001 ($78.1 million); 2002 ($95.7 million); 2003 ($101.9 million); 2004 ($108.8 million); 2005 ($110.7 million); 2006 ($116.1 million); 2007 ($122.0 million); 2008 ($127.6 million); 2009 ($132.5 million); 2010 ($209.0 million); 2011 ($219.9 million); 2012 ($241.5 million)