Texas, OU rank among college football's 'Most Valuable Teams of 2013'

Erik Horne Published: December 18, 2013

Forbes set out to determine college football's most valuable teams of 2013 and its findings ended with Texas at the top.

The Longhorns may not have a head coach, but they are head of the class when it come to "each team's value to its athletic department, its university's academic endeavors, its conference and its school's local economy."

Texas' team value came out to $139 million, besting No. 2 Notre Dame ($117 million). Oklahoma's $92 million puts the Sooners in seventh, while their Sugar Bowl opponent Alabama was third overall with $110 million.

Sources: the BCS, US Department of Education, university athletic departments and various economic impact reports.

See this story on www.forbes.com


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