August 10th, 2015 | by CollegeAD

Campus leaders at the University of Nebraska at Omaha say they made the move to NCAA Division I in athletics because the school was financially failing at Division II. So how has the change worked out financially so far? The World-Herald requested detailed budget data covering UNO’s last years at Division II and first three of its four-year transition to Division I. An analysis of those numbers and other data sources shows that while athletic finances appear more stable than in the past, Division I has brought its own financial challenges. – Henry J. Cordes, Omaha, Read More

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