Last week, The Wall Street Journal published a pretty cool article assessing the value of college football's major programs (definitely worth checking out). The valuation was done based on revenues and expenses, and growth projections, among other factors. Out of 115 D-I teams examined, Pitt came in at 64th, with an estimated value of $61.9 million. The only two Big East teams lower were Syracuse and Cincinnati; Duke was the only ACC team below. The top spot goes to Texas, valued at $805 million. Yee-haw.