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RE: Big 10 revenue exceeds expectations. $54 million per team
(05-26-2019 05:59 PM)random asian guy Wrote:  
(05-26-2019 02:32 PM)zoocrew Wrote:  
(05-26-2019 02:22 PM)nole Wrote:  
(05-26-2019 12:42 PM)random asian guy Wrote:  
(05-25-2019 06:43 PM)nole Wrote:  Agreed. Largest revenue gap ever and it isn't close......SEC/B1G will eat whatever they choose. I don't think they pick many though. Maybe OU/Texas. Not many others.

Gonna be a Big East type world for the left overs. Revenue gaps change everything. Only a matter of time now.

Texas doesn't have a strong financial incentive to join BIG/SEC as it has the LHN, which generates a lot of money for UT.

It isn't just about Texas.

IF the revenue gaps stay at $20 Million plus (or grow), there are many options:

B1G: Tex, Oklahoma, Ga Tech, UNC, UVA, Southern Cal

Multple options. But with these revenue gaps, somebody is going to crack and when it happens, others will follow. Realignment will be back, likely uglier because there is only a P2 now. Fewer seats on the lifeboats of the titanic.

But status quo won't happen. 2024 with some TV contract renewals will be the time.

So what is the deal with the GOR? Could schools actually get out of it if they were motivated? I feel like I’ve heard a school could take the GOR to court and win fairly easily but I have no idea if that’s based in reality or not.

Obviously that would only happen if the ACC Network outright flopped or the B1G and SEC keep pulling away but I’m still curious if it’s airtight or not.

Big 12's GOR expires in 2025. Tex/OU can announce in or before 2023 their intent to join SEC/BIG in 2025. The media deal will increase the payout to SEC/BIG accordingly starting in 2025. I don't think anyone would take a risk to take the GOR to the court.

The Big 12 situation is different because no school has any reason to challenge it since they’re all better off where they are at the moment and it ends around when movement would take place anyway.

I had heard schools like UVA, UNC could easily get around the ACC GOR and into another conference if they did in fact ever want too. Which is why I asked, just curious not predicting anything.
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