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    Default NCAA issues cash payouts but will monitor how they're spent

    "College athletics departments will receive amounts ranging from about $165,000 to more than $1.3 million from a one-time supplemental distribution of $200 million the NCAA is making to Division I schools in mid-April, according to a school-by-school distribution report compiled recently by the association."

    CONFERENCE INSTITUTION GRANTS DISTRIBUTION
    West Coast Brigham Young University 263.68 $ 867,821
    West Coast Gonzaga University 87.25 $ 287,156
    West Coast Loyola Marymount University 134.35 $ 442,171
    West Coast Pepperdine University 95.85 $ 315,461
    West Coast Santa Clara University 91.64 $ 301,605
    West Coast St. Mary's College of California 101.51 $ 334,089
    West Coast University of Portland 102.08 $ 335,965
    West Coast FCS University of San Diego 113.19 $ 372,530
    West Coast University of San Francisco 106.79 $ 351,466
    West Coast University of the Pacific 133.11 $ 438,090
    West Coast 1,229.45 $ 4,046,354

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports...onus/99582450/

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    Love some of this stuff you come up with, TZF.
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    Default Gonzaga gets hosed in NCAA One-Time Revenue Distribution payments

    Gonzaga received the lowest amount of all the West Coast Conference teams with 87.25 in Grants equaling $287,156 out of the $4,046,354 allocated to the entire WCC. BYU brings in $867,821 and the second lowest school was Santa Clara bringing in $301,605.

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports...onus/99582450/

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    College athletics departments will receive amounts ranging from about $165,000 to more than $1.3 million from a one-time supplemental distribution of $200 million the NCAA is making to Division I schools in mid-April, according to a school-by-school distribution report compiled recently by the association.

    Under a plan approved a year ago by the NCAA Board of Governors and the Division I Board of Directors, the amounts are based on the number of athletic scholarships the schools provided during the 2013-14 school year. Schools received credit for one scholarship for every set of partial awards that added up to the equivalent of a full scholarship.

    This means schools with the largest athletics programs will be getting the greatest shares of this money, which will be restricted to uses that directly benefit athlete academic and welfare initiatives, according to a Q&A document posted on the NCAA's web site. Ohio State will receive the most, just more than $1.3 million because it awarded the equivalent of nearly 404 scholarships.

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    According to the article, the formula for determining the amounts is based on:

    "the number of athletic scholarships the schools provided during the 2013-14 school year. Schools received credit for one scholarship for every set of partial awards that added up to the equivalent of a full scholarship."

    So how does that hose GU ?


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