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RE: Big 10 revenue exceeds expectations. $54 million per team
(05-25-2019 06:28 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(05-25-2019 04:35 PM)zoocrew Wrote:  Based on these numbers would it really be that surprising to see realignment start up again in 3 years announcement wise? Don’t see why they couldn’t take whatever Big 12 teams they want given the numbers, if they do in fact want Big 12 teams.

The B1G gets a new TV deal in 2023 so for the best deal possible would they not tell the networks which Big 12 teams would be coming over in 2025 once that league’s GOR runs out? This stuff gets announced years in advance sometimes. Navy joined the Big East/AAC 4 whole years after we knew they’d be there.

I feel like the prevailing belief is that we won’t see anything until the 2025 offseason but I actually think we could get concrete stuff starting to come in 3 offseason from now.


Never-mind apparently the overlords were already aware.


1. I expect serious conversations with prospective parties to begin around 2021, but behind the scenes due to GOR stipulations. I look for key Big 12 schools to be involved and perhaps a couple of non-core PAC schools.

2. The SEC will have a new T1 contract prior to 2023 and the old contract for 55 million which is 15 years old is expected to at least be 275 million (58.3 million per school per year) and possibly over 300, (61 million range).

If these kinds of numbers are indeed realized the revenue gaps between the SEC/B1G and everyone else will be massive.

Should either the SEC or Big 10 add either or both of Oklahoma and Texas the difference in essence will be insurmountable.

So yeah, interesting times ahead.

IMO, the ACC should be trying to figure out how to offer a 5 team division to the Big 12 and move to 20 with N.D. to agree to come in when contracts permit. It's the only way to circumvent what likely will either happen for SEC or Big 10, or both by 2025.

I used to think 12 was the max for a conference then I though 16 was the max for a conference and now I just think it’s totally dependent on the $. Going to be interesting for sure.
05-25-2019 07:08 PM
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