After making a reported $36 million in profit in 2014, the Nebraska football team ranks No. 15 in the most recent Forbes list when it comes to college football's most valuable teams. Nebraska dropped from No. 10 in 2013.
"Revenues and expenses both climbed last year thanks to hosting an eighth home game, and the athletic department made a contribution of $3.7 million to its parent university" - Forbes description for Nebraska
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The Texas Longhorns topped the list making $74 million in Charlie Strong's first year as head coach. Michigan was the top Big Ten team, checking in at No. 3 ($65 million). Ohio State and Penn State also made the list before Nebraska.
According to Forbes in 2013, Nebraska isn't expected to receive full Big Ten conference distribution until 2017.