Maryland Athletics Spent Less Than All Big Ten Schools Except Northwestern

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Maryland Athletics Spent Less Than All Big Ten Schools Except Northwestern
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The University of Maryland spent less on athletics than all Big Ten teams except Northwestern during the 2011-12 academic year, according to data released by the Department of Education. Maryland’s expenses totaled $61,936,374, and reached $62,590,020 if including acrobatics and tumbling, one of the seven varsity sports cut this July. According to the data, this would rank 12th in the Big Ten, just above Northwestern, which spent $61,187,691. Wisconsin, Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan all spent more than $90 million on their athletic teams...

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