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TV Revenue by BCS Conference and the dominos for 4 BCS superconferences

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Buffnik, Feb 23, 2010.

  1. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Per ESPN, by millions:

    Big Ten: $242
    SEC: $205
    Big 12: $78
    ACC: $67
    Pac 10: $58
    Big East: $33

    http://news.collegesportsinfo.com/2009/12/2009-college-sports-tv-revenue-by.html

    The Big 12's TV deals aren't up for renewal until 2016, while the Pac 10's contract expires after the 2011-2012 academic year.

    Also, after the statement by Washington's AD regarding the momentum toward 4 BCS Superconferences, bleacher report laid out a comprehensive scenario with how the dominos may fall (with pretty, colored maps and everything). http://bleacherreport.com/articles/350707-conference-realignment-and-the-birth-of-the-super-conferences

    Here are the current BCS programs they see getting left out in the cold as the Big 12 and Big East are absorbed:

    Iowa State
    Kansas State
    Texas Tech
    Baylor
    Cincinnati
    South Florida
     
  2. Hugegroove

    Hugegroove Club Member Club Member

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    A HUGE dropoff in $$$ from the SEC to B12. And another sizeable drop from the B12 to the Big East. Amazing!
     
  3. LABuffalo

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    Bleecher Report is too cool

    Utah, New Mexico, Colorado and Kansas! That would be bad! But not a bad bad but a good bad.:nod:
     
  4. ScottyBuff

    ScottyBuff Well-Known Member

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    1 of the Big 12's deals (ABC/ESPN) runs through then, the FSN deal expires along with the Pac-10 deals in 2011-12.
     
  5. superdeluxe

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    New Mexico? Boo. No, While the Alberque (sp) market is growing, it is not enough I don't think.
     

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