Last night, Deadspin posted what it said was five years of NCAA financials that had been mistakenly posted on its Web site. That's not exactly true, the files can easily be obtained from the membership side of its Web site, which the NCAA says 30,000 people have access to.
"These files are not password-protected, nor have we made any attempt to make them so in recent days," said NCAA spokesman Erik Christianson.
Still, it got us to take a look at the documents.
Here are the highlights:
Here is what the NCAA makes off March Madness:
Here is what the NCAA makes off the women's tournament:
So essentially, the NCAA makes more money in 1 1/2 men's games than they make for the entire women's tournament each year.
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