Most valuable college apparel deals 2018

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  1. Swamp Donkey

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    The Most Valuable College Apparel Deals 2018

    It is one of those click through pages that are so annoying so I summarized it for you.

    THE 20 MOST VALUABLE COLLEGE APPAREL DEALS 2018

    No. 1: UCLA
    Under Armour Average Annual Value: $12.76 million
    Average Annual Cash: $9 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $3.76 million

    No. 2: Louisville
    Adidas Average Annual Value: $10.96 million
    Average Annual Cash: $7.9 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $3.06 million

    No. 3: Texas
    Apparel Company: Nike Average Annual Value: $9.76 million
    Average Annual Cash: $7.5 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $2.26 million

    No. 4: Michigan
    Apparel Company: Nike/Jordan Average Annual Value: $7.79 million
    Average Annual Cash: $5.12 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $2.67 million
    Duration: 2016-31

    No.5: Notre Dame
    Underarmour estimated 7.5 mil.

    No. 6: Washington
    Apparel Company: Adidas Average Annual Value: $7.89 million
    Average Annual Cash: $4.97 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $2.91 million
    Duration: 2019-29

    No. 7: Ohio State
    Apparel Company: Nike Average Annual Value: $6.85 million
    Average Annual Cash: $3.17 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $3.15 million
    Duration: 2018-33


    No. 8: Wisconsin
    Apparel Company: Under Armour Average Annual Value: $6.8 million
    Average Annual Cash: $4 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $2.8 million
    Duration: 2016-26

    No. 9: Miami
    Adidas estimated $6.55 mil

    No. 10: Oklahoma
    Apparel Company: Nike/Jordan Average Annual Value: $5.89 million
    arel Company: Nike/Jordan
    Average Annual Value: $5.89 million
    Average Annual Cash: $1.78 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $4.11 million
    Duration: 2018-24

    No. 11: Auburn
    Apparel Company: Under Armour Average Annual Value: $5.86 million
    Average Annual Cash: $3.61 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $2.25 million
    Duration: 2016-25

    No. 12: South Carolina
    Apparel Company: Under Armour Average Annual Value: $4.72 million
    Average Annual Cash: $2.5 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $2.22 million
    Duration: 2016-25

    #13: Texas A&M
    Apparel Company: Adidas Average Annual Value: $4.06 million
    ence: SEC
    Average Annual Cash: $1.84 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $2.22 million
    Duration: 2014-22

    #14: Kansas
    Apparel Company: Adidas Average Annual Value: $4.05 million
    Average Annual Cash: $1.67 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $2.38 million
    Duration: 2014-19

    #15: NC State
    Apparel Company: Adidas Average Annual Value: $3.65 million
    Average Annual Cash: $1.68 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $1.97 million
    Duration: 2017-22

    #16: Indiana
    Apparel Company: Adidas Average Annual Value: $3.52 million
    Average Annual Value: $3.52 million
    Average Annual Cash: $1.54 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $1.98 million
    Duration: 2017-24

    17: Maryland
    Apparel Company: Under Armour Average Annual Value: $3.28 million
    Average Annual Cash: $1.71 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $1.57 million
    Duration: 2015-24

    No. 18: Clemson
    Apparel Company: Nike Average Annual Value: $3.2 million
    Average Annual Cash: $400,000
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $2.8 million
    Duration: 2018-28

    No. 19: Tennessee
    Apparel Company: Nike Average Annual Value: $3.08 million
    Average Annual Cash: $1.06 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $2.02 million
    Duration: 2015-26

    #20: Cincinnati
    Apparel Company: Under Armour Average Annual Value: $2.95 million
    Average Annual Cash: $1.13 million
    Average Annual Product Allotment: $1.81 million
     
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    There was an article about this semi recently where Florida doesn’t care about apparel revenue or something along those lines.
     
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    “Unlike many programs, Florida does not except cash from Nike. Why exactly is unknown, though it may be because the Gators do receive a $255,000 “discretionary apparel allowance” that they spend on merchandise for its staff as well as an undisclosed royalty for jerseys and performance items and 14 percent royalty for “net sales of all [other] Licensed Products” besides footwear, for which Nike pays out a three-percent royalty.”

    Florida does however get one of the largest apparel allowances in the country, which is why the kids get so much free clothes and shoes. Somewhere north of 3 million a year.
     
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      I don't think its that they don't care about apparel revenue so much as we actually ask for a lot more apparel/equipment from Nike than other schools. So we get less money but we get more equipment. You can read that here

      Florida Gators jump to Jordan Brand from Nike for team athletic apparel

      According to bizjournals.com we get about $3.2 mil annually from nike.

      Edit: After reading the above post, I guess the $3.2 mil is just the amount we get in apparel and we don't get any actual cash? I dunno but I'm too lazy to research further. Interesting stuff though.
       
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          I guess it depends on how you value it. Nike no doubt spends pennies on the dollar for the product and can give it to UF for almost nothing.

          It would be interesting to know why we can't negotiate a deal less like Cincinnati and Indiana and more like Michigan, Ohio State, Washington or Miami.

          Of course, it appears the ADO's office is equally incompetent at doing most parts of its job.
           
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          Thanks! Edited my post.
           
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          I know you are just quoting what the article said but there are several teams with similar amounts of product allowances that still get a bunch of cash.
           
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          I recall articles explaining how a national championship in football and to a lesser extent, basketball, helps revenues due to more gator logo stuff being sold.

          Maybe it is just that these revenues flow through the UAA and not UF.
           
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          Interestingly, Oregon is not on that list and yet they they clearly get quite a bit from Nike. Personal donation or something else? I also thought it was interesting that Maryland is #17 when Kevin Plank not only went there but he played football. Clearly he must be taking care of them some other way as well.
           
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          This puzzles me, too. We act like we're ecstatic to get free Jordan Brand apparel. What am I missing?
           
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            We’re just not a brand anymore.
             
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            And UCLA is? Well, okay, LA metro audience.

            What about Louisville?
             
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            It says we get a really high royalty percentage instead of a fixed payment.
             

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