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How much money did the NCAA make in 2013?

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In 2013, the NCAA made about $913 million, which is up from $872 million from 2012. In the same year, the NCAA spent about $852 million. Overall, then, the NCAA had about $61 million left over.

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The NCAA's main expense is dividing money among its main colleges and the various teams from many universities across the country. Other money goes to league-wide programs and management of the NCAA. It is possible that after 2014, some money could go to players. As of 2014, lawsuits are in the works that could change the rules about giving money to players, taking away some of the limits.

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