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

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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