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Eight ACC programs among most profitable

Virginia led all ACC programs in profits for 2010-11, according to the Business of College Sports blog.

With a net income of $6,038,664, Virginia was tops among eight ACC athletic departments.

With department of education figures, the blog broke down the last season's net income for each FBS athletic department. As the website cautions, the data does not include unique circumstances, though these figures are distributed publicly by the schools.

Here are the ACC schools' national rankings:

19) Virginia - $6,038,664

24) Virginia Tech - $4,314,760

30) Miami - $2,763,826

38) North Carolina - $660,231

40) Duke - $567,207.00

41) Maryland - $263,711

42) Clemson - $216,318

43) North Carolina State - $192,151

As for expenses and revenues

EXPENSES

12) Florida State - $86,946,503

24) Virginia - $72,400,342

26) North Carolina - $70,709,553

31) Duke - $67,418,981

35) Boston College - $64,078,272

37) Clemson - $60,958,659

42) Miami - $57,561,177

43) Maryland - $57,501,307

44) Virginia Tech - $56,762,362

REVENUES

17) Florida State - $86,946,503

25) Virginia - $78,439,006

28) North Carolina - $71,369,784

34) Duke - $67,986,188.00

38) Boston College - $64,078,272

40) Clemson - $61,174,977

41) Virginia Tech - $61,077,122

43) Miami - $60,325,003

48) Maryland - $57,765,018

Alabama ($31,684,872) had the highest net income, and Texas was the biggest spender ($125,978,117) and generated the most revenue ($150,295,932).