Sure. I just went online and took the information from the Big Ten commissioner and the Big 12 commissioner and their sites as well as articles that were written covering the payouts for both teams. I did have to research each year (which took time) and in some years I did find the payouts could differ by a +-million dollars depending on the source or article I was reading. I was just trying to put together an HONEST look at the money. The major reason for the difference is that Nebraska was not at a full share of the Big Ten revenue for the first seven years. That being said the numbers are the numbers and Kansas State has made 74 million dollars more than Nebraska since Nebraska has joined the Big Ten. As I also stated Nebraska will make 50 million dollars this year with as a full share member. Even if Kansas State only makes 40 million this year (low) and my numbers were off by 24 million (not possible but let's go with it) so that Kansas State only had more income of 50 mil instead of the 74 mil compared to Nebraska, it would take Nebraska 5 more years to even break even with Kansas State. And again Kansas State is towards the bottom of the Big 12 in revenue. It is well documented that Texas makes 15 mil a year just on the tier 3 money. In the long run Nebraska may make more money but the truth is the truth.