Just 1 percent of the total campus revenues collected at Washington's two largest universities are generated by its football teams, which puts them in the same company as a few other top gridiron programs, including California, Michigan and Maryland, according to the Wall Street Journal.
On the opposite side of the financial spectrum is LSU and Alabama, who meet Monday in the national championship game. The Tigers account for 14 percent of LSU's total campus revenues, or $69.4 million of the nearly $489 million in college revenues; the Crimson Tide, 11 percent, or $72.8 million of the $660 million in total money.
The Journal's number crunching is based on information from NCAA financial-disclosure forms it received from 45 major-conference schools. The disclosure reports lists everything from ticket sales and TV money to fan donations.
At the University of Washington, Husky football brings in $33.9 million, or in the 1 percent neighborhood of total campus revenues, which amount to $3.9 billion, according to the Journal. Washington State, meanwhile, derives $12.7 million from its beloved Cougars, 1 percent of the $859.6 million the campus takes in.
Three schools get less than 1 percent -- UCLA, Utah and Illinois.