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Forbes: KU, K-State among nation’s most valuable college basketball programs

Updated: 2013-03-20T01:55:11Z

The Kansas City Star

Kansas and Kansas State are among the 20 most valuable college basketball programs in the country, according to Forbes.

The Jayhawks are ranked No. 2 with a value of $32.9 million, trailing Louisville ($38.5 million).

The Wildcats cracked Forbes’ list at No. 19 with a value of $13.6 million. K-State brought in $8.1 million in profit within the last year.

Other notable teams on the list are No. 4 Kentucky ($32.1 million), No. 7 Wisconsin ($19.8 million), No. 11 Duke ($17.1 million), No. 12 Texas ($16.8 million) and No. 17 Illinois ($14.1 million).

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