The SEC conference is tops in earned revenue, with 10 of its 14 schools reporting earning at least $100 million during the 2014-15 season, according to the U.S. Board of Education.

Vandy, Ole Miss, Mizzou and Mississippi State were the only schools outside of the SEC's exclusive $ 100 Mil' Revenue Club.

The Big-Ten finished a close second with eight of their athletic departments reporting $100 Mil in revenue. In total, there were 28 schools that generated at least $100 million, with 18 of them coming from either the Big-Ten or SEC. 

Here is the complete list of the 28 Athletic departments:

$100 MILLION REVENUE CLUB (2014-15)

PROGRAM

ATHLETIC REVENUE

CONFERENCE

Texas

$179.6 million

Big 12

Ohio State

$170.9 million

Big Ten

Alabama

$150.6 million

SEC

LSU

$138.9 million

SEC

Oklahoma

$135.7 million

Big 12

Michigan

$132.3 million

Big Ten

Florida

$130.8 million

SEC

Penn State

$127.9 million

Big Ten

Auburn

$126.6 million

SEC

Wisconsin

$125.8 million

Big Ten

Tennessee

$121.8 million

SEC

Notre Dame

$121.3 million

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Florida State

$121.3 million

ACC

Kentucky

$116.5 million

SEC

Arkansas

$116.2 million

SEC

Georgia

$116.2 million

SEC

South Carolina

$113.2 million

SEC

Michigan State

$113.0 million

Big Ten

Texas A&M

$110.0 million

SEC

Stanford

$109.7 million

Pac-12

Iowa

$107.4 million

Big Ten

Baylor

$106.1 million

Big 12

USC

$105.9 million

Pac-12

Minnesota

$105.6 million

Big Ten

Louisville

$104.3 million

ACC

Nebraska

$103.8 million

Big Ten

Washington

$103.5 million

Pac-12

Kansas

$103.3 million

Big 12