The website CostofCollegeSports.com recently ranked The University of Toledo football program as the third most cost-efficient in the country for the 2011 season among the top 60 Football Bowl Subdivision programs.
Toledo finished with a final Sagarin rating of 75.1 with an operating budget of $6,372,181, for a cost per rating point of $84,725.18.
The Rockets finished the 2011 season rated No. 40 in the country, according to Sagarin.
By contrast, the No. 1 rated team that year, Alabama, had a cost per rating point of $354,410.70.
Among all teams in the Sagarin Football Bowl Subdivision ratings, the Rockets finished seventh.