Well, the Pac-12 last week announced its new president of Pac-12 Enterprises, 54-year-old Gary Stevenson, whose first responsibility is building and overseeing the conference TV networks set to launch in a year. That led me to AJ Maestas, whose Chicago-based company, Navigate Marketing, does media research and measurement. Maestas -- a Washington grad, by the way - had a fairly jaw-dropping forecast on the future of the Pac-12 Networks, putting it in numbers that the most uninitiated of us can understand. "Off the top of my head, four years from today, I would not be surprised if the Pac-12 schools saw $12-15 million distribution (each) from the Pac-12 Networks," Maestas said. "The truth is, it could actually be 30-40 percent higher than that." http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/ht...41_pac-12_networks_how_to_get_rich_quick.html The ESPN/Fox deal is going to average about $21 million per year (higher in the later years). Based on these numbers, we could easily be seeing conference media per-team distributions in the $40 or $50 million range within a decade.