Discussion in 'Colorado Basketball Message Board' started by cubuffs3, Feb 5, 2014.
I bet that new guy Kyle will help you out
****. I don't get espnu
Does he say "chest-high pass" every time someone passes?
Why does the Pac-12 have so many Sunday games? I could see having 1 or maybe 2 games each week during conference plan on Sunday, but it seems as though they have as many if not more Sunday than Saturday games. I'm sure their reason is exposure but it seems to me that Saturday would bring more exposure since it is traditionally a big day nationally for college basketball during the season and that's when most people are focusing on college b-ball.
Jesus hell. All you do is bitch about the Pac-12's lack of exposure. So instead of scheduling a game on Saturday when EVERYONE is playing and trying to fight for eyeballs, they schedule games when there are no other games to steal eyeballs and you still bitch.
We get it, you hate the P12 scheduling. Awesome.
Now that the NFL is over....Pac 12 games on the ESPN networks should give much more exposure nearing selection Sunday
Saturday is by far the biggest day of the week for college basketball and that's when it's on everyone's mind and all the scores are scrolling, and to have far less than a full slate of Pac-12 scores scrolling across the screen certainly doesn't help conference exposure. I get the idea of "we're only a handful of games being played that day" but in the end I think it ends up being counterproductive and a classic case of over-thinking it as far as exposure is concerned.
A. Play your game when everyone else playing so your game in on TV in our 6 counties.
B. Play your game when hardly any other teams are playing so your game is on a national or regional broadcast.
My impression has been that the Pac-12 has been playing 2 or 3 out of its 8 or 9 weekend games on Sunday. I'm glad they do. National tv exposure and also avoids, as much as possible, multiple games at the same time on PACN.
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