Here I am going to report the team with the smallest amount of football revenue and the amount, the team with the largest amount of football revenue and the amount and the Gini coefficient for that season. Please note that I have not adjusted for inflation in the revenue numbers presented below. For comparison purposes, the Gini coefficient for the US in 2010 is 0.411 (or 41.1 for the Gini Index, which is the Gini coefficient multiplied by 100). As you can see in the table below, NCAA football is slightly more unequal in terms of revenues than the US was in 2010.
|Season||Team||Min. Revenue||Team||Max. Revenue||Gini|
We also notice that the University of Texas has the highest amount of revenue during this entire time period and that CUSA, Mid American or Sun Belt conference teams have had the lowest total football revenues during this time period.