Nice graphic here from The Stanford Daily, which shows how BCS bowl teams made out financially.
Stanford says it broke even -- though the private school refuses to release official financial data -- in the Orange Bowl, while Oregon took a $312,437 loss from its appearance in the BCS national title game.
Auburn won the national championship by beating the Ducks, but it also lost nearly twice as much ($614,106).
Of course, no team got fleeced worse than Connecticut, which got smacked with a $1,757,998 deficit, in large part due to unsold tickets.
Ohio State was the big winner, pocketing $288,876 after expenses.