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Recent Staff Blog PostsMore green in wallets, less green in parksBlazers In FIBA World Cup: France Upsets Spain 65 52 To Advance To SemifinalsIt’s Vancouver Brewfest time!Soccer analysis earns blogger some recognitionSay ‘No’ to the Pasta PassMaking a racket: First week of prep tennisSmelt season to be proposedMcMorris Rodgers, highest ranking woman in GOP and mentor to JHB, accused by staffer of ethics violationsNorthwest football standings and schedule ( Week 2)1USA Today on Tuesday published 2011 revenue and expense figures for the athletic programs at all NCAA Division I public universities. Oregon led the Pac 12 in spending and in revenue among the eight public institutions, taking in $85,819,699 and spending $76,274,142. Of the revenue, just under $20 million came from ticket sales; $2.4 million came from university funds and student fees.Washington’s revenue from tickets and school funds was similar to Oregon’s, though the Ducks took in twice as much in contributions. Both schools rank among the lowest in the nation for the amount of revenue they take from their schools and students.Washington State relied on school and student funds for 29 percent of its athletic budget, Oregon State for more than 30 percent.They can look to Eugene for inspiration. The Ducks have gotten a huge boost from Phil Knight’s Nike fortune. But it also took the courage of leaders including Bill Moos, now at WSU to envision an Oregon athletic department that could compete with the best without burdening students.2While we are on the subject of re inventions, let’s acknowledge one more time the remarkable success of the Portland Winterhawks over the past two seasons. Sure, they’ve lost twice in the league finals a significant disappointment.Edmonton won a league title in its fifth year as a franchise. A notable accomplishment, to be sure. But we think that Mike Johnston and his staff faced a steeper climb in the fall of 2008 when they took over a Winterhawks team in disarray.

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