The Collegiate Licensing Company has released its year-end rankings for top-selling institutions from July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011.
Who came out on top?
You may have heard of them. Texas.
Ohio State, Southern Cal, Oregon, North Carolina, Virginia Tech and Michigan State are not represented by CLC, so they're absent from the rankings.
Without further ado, here's who sold the most merchandise in the Big 12 over the last year in the ranking of the top 75 programs:
19. Texas A&M
25. Texas Tech
26. Oklahoma State
By the way, if you were curious, Rose Bowl champions TCU ranked 40th. BYU checked in at No. 51.
Nebraska came in at No. 13, but it'll be interesting to see if the increased publicity from a possible move to the SEC gives Texas A&M, who just joined up with CLC in 2009, a boost.
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