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Oops - SEC not getting Huge raise for new teams

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Darth Snow, May 21, 2012.

  1. Darth Snow

    Darth Snow Hawaiian Buffalo Club Member Junta Member

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    So, they get the SEC network to cover the tier 2 stuff... but I'm guessing not tier 3 as the bigger schools make tons of $$ on that and I haven't heard a thing about the SEC combining it's tier 3 stuff.

    And :lol: at Mizzou and A&M "not doing much" for broadcast network.
     
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  2. sackman

    sackman Club Member Club Member

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    Heh. teh funnay.

    Although the SEC still swings a big dick. CBS doesn't want to give that up. I expect this is more of a negotiation ploy than an actual attempt to limit increased payouts. Can you imagine the feeding frenzy if the SEC decided to open up negotiations for their media deal?
     
  3. MCskid

    MCskid New Member

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    it would be huge, but seeing as CBS has their rights for the next 15 years the SEC ain't got much say in how much CBS is going to pay them. would not be surprised if the total payout for each school remains the same.
     
  4. SECOBuffsFan

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    Alabama, LSU and Florida and somewhat Auburn (Tennessee if it ever gets going again) rule in football and Kentucky carries them in basketball....that won't change when new TV deal comes around....Mizzu and aTm are not the kind of players that will make a difference
     
  5. buffedup

    buffedup Cooler than a Popsicle Stand. Club Member

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    Yep, only about 6 schools drive that bus: Notre Dame, Michigan, Ohio State, Texas, Florida and Southern Cal.
     
  6. JimmyBuff

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    Never understood the Missouri/aggie add for the SEC.
     
  7. Darth Snow

    Darth Snow Hawaiian Buffalo Club Member Junta Member

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    Larry Scott Negotiated Media Contract Penis Envy/Planning for 16 team super conferences.
     
  8. Duff Man

    Duff Man Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    The situation today looks dramatically different than it did when Slive made the moves. If he had seen the potential instability in the ACC, I think he would have made a play for Florida State and Miami to grab a stranglehold on the entire state of Florida.
     
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    Both teams were a huge get for the SEC. MU gives 2 major midwest TV markets in St. Louis and KC. A&M is dripping with money, one of the Top 10 richest universities, with alot of it's money comming from NASA which is located close in Houston.
    http://www.eb5select.com/resources/blog/americas-richest-universities
    They are not Alabama or LSU, but 2 very solid football programs. MU prison sexed us for years on the football field.
     
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  10. sackman

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    fify.
     
  11. 77buff

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    One of the little things he was working on.
     
  12. sackman

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    Any time I want to get angry, I think of the way Dan Hawkins approached his game plan for Missouri. Hawkins was a catastrophe as a head football coach, but his total ineptitude really showed every time his teams played Missiouri.
     
  13. jcatcher

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    Can someone explain what tier 2 and tier 3 rights entail?
     
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    http://sponczarrules.com/?p=98


    For the PAC:12 (I might be wrong)
    tier 1 = national broadcast (ESPN/ABC) they have right to X games per year
    tier 2 = national/regional broadcast (FOX/FX/Fox Sports Net) they have right to y games per year
    tier 3 = regional broadcast (PAC-12 network) all other games
     
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  15. Junction

    Junction Moderator Club Member

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    Adding major TV markets is great. If somebody is willing to pay you more $ for access to those markets. Which so far nobody is saying they will be. Which was the point of this thread.
     
  16. Darth Snow

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    guess he didn't read the OP. Cable does not equal Network.
     
  17. CarolinaBuff

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    The SEC isn't interested in expanding in states they're already in, which is why they didn't give FSU or Clemson any consideration this last expansion go-round. If anything UNC would've been their first ACC target to nab a good portion of the Charlotte and Raleigh markets, but UNC is too arrogant to leave the ACC even if it was a better deal for them financially. NC State would've been their 2nd target among ACC teams, they have a better football fanbase than UNC anyway.
     

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