Did you know the average NCAA Football Division I program spends $742,000 a year on equipment, uniforms, and supplies for their athletes? While these numbers may be somewhat shocking, the college football industry certainly has a positive return on investment. College-licensed merchandise reportedly had an estimated retail market value of $4.62 Billion in 2012. Demand for college apparel has lead to universities offering a multitude of licensed options such as socks, robes, and even underwear.  Big companies have partnered with colleges to provide licensed goods such as Nike and Adidas.

This infographic presented by SpareFoot provides an in-depth look at some of the top money making college football programs in the nation and what they spend to outfit their players.

College Football Equipment Infographic
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