The Wall Street Journal released a list of the 50 most valuable college teams on Thursday, and one Final Four team leads the pack.
The study analyzed each basketball program's revenues and expenses. With some adjustments, the Wall Street Journal calculated what a college team would be worth if it could be bough and sold on the open market.
UNC-Chapel Hill tops the Final Four teams at number 7, with a net worth of $221.6 million.
Syracuse is valued number 9 on the list, with a net worth of $203.9 million.
Oklahoma is number 39 on the list with a $51.2 million value, and Villanova did not make the top 50.
Duke was ranked number 10 on the list with a $203.9 million value, and N.C. State scored the number 18 spot with $85.2 million.
Read the full results from the Wall Street Journal here
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