I do not know any numbers , but this was our home game!!!!Each school got 150k.
That is not entirely accurate. There was a revenue split with the home team getting a bigger share. 150k is was a base with a scale on top.
I recall some grumbling among the Aggie faithful about the uneven split.
They probably had close to 2 million in ticket sales. I hope both schools brought home at least 500K-750K.
Yeah, there was some grumbling...NCA&T sold a lot more tickets than NCCU but the AD said the issue would be addressed. It's not a problem when we home and home, but at a natural site it's an issue. A lot of folk wanted more of a CB set up where both schools get a base payout...then an additional payout based on what you sell through your ticket office.
a&t crowd was not noticeably larger than NCCU. They may have sold more tickets probably because they are a larger school. How is it a problem when you guys signed the contract and now want more money? That aggie pride show seems crazy at times.
The A&T crowd was not noticeably larger I don't know what game you was at. That's about like saying the A&T band wasn't noticeably larger. Nobody wants more money "now"...I don't know what you talking about. Folks grumbled about it well before the game was played. That's all water under the bridge now, we several weeks into the season. Our AD heard the concerns and said the situation was being addressed. Aggies and eagles will have to go at it in other sports until next football season.