Go To One Of These 16 NCAA Tourney Schools If You Want To Get Rich

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Kentucky is a great choice for the basketball tournament — but unfortunately, UK students won’t win in the end.

John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins will earn millions, but the average Kentucky graduate will earn only $63,700, according to Payscale.com (via Economix).

We’ve picked out the top sixteen tournament schools based on typical alumni salary.

So who’s the real winner in March?

Here are the schools where graduates get RICH >

SALARY 16: Minnesota

Average salary: $69,900

Source: Payscale

Clemson

Average salary: $71,000

Source: Payscale

Gonzaga

Average salary: $71,100

Source: Payscale

Washington

Average salary: $74,300

Source: Payscale

Maryland

Average salary: $75,600

Source: Payscale

Brigham Young

Average salary: $75,800

Source: Payscale

Texas A&M

Average salary: $76,900

Source: Payscale

Lehigh

Average salary: $85,100

Source: Payscale

TOP EARNING 8: Vanderbilt

Average salary: $85,800

Source: Payscale

Villanova

Average salary: $86,000

Source: Payscale

Georgia Tech

Average salary: $86,500

Source: Payscale

Wake Forest

Average salary: $88,000

Source: Payscale

FAT WALLET 4: Cornell

Average salary: $93,300

Source: Payscale

Georgetown

Average salary: $95,100

Source: Payscale

Notre Dame

Average salary: $97,000

Source: Payscale

SALARY CHAMPION: Duke

Average salary: $104,000

Source: Payscale

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