LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- It's no secret SEC Football means big money and big winners. Nine of the SEC's 13 public university athletic programs make enough money from media rights, contracts, ticket sales, donations and other non-subsidy sources to be self-sufficient, according to a USA Today Report. The university of Arkansas generated revenues of up to $15.3 Million.
That financial impact could mean changes in scheduling in the future for the Hogs. The home and home series with TCU has been moved from the 2015-2016 schedules to the 2016-2017 schedules. That movement will allow for another home and home with another university. Jim Harris of Sporting Life Arkansas seems to believe that game might be with Texas Tech. The university needs more of a footprint in recruiting the state of Texas.
Harris and Mark Edwards discuss both SEC Revenues and Razorback scheduling in the future.