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RE: Big 10 revenue exceeds expectations. $54 million per team
(05-27-2019 12:26 PM)georgia_tech_swagger Wrote:  It would be interesting to hear the real thoughts of Kentucky and Vanderbilt and Ole Miss and Mississippi State on this. The SEC + OU and Texas. Why should any of them even bother fielding a football team? Ole Miss could put together one of the better rosters in school history .... and finish 5th in their division behind OU, Texas, LSU, and Alabama. Is $20-30m a year worth a losing season for the rest of time in the sports you care about?

That's more just an interesting thought than anything else. They'll of course take the money. If the Big 12 gets liquidated the spending cap horse has left the stable. There will be no reigning it in at that point.

That's not a strong argument. If Texas and Oklahoma came on board Auburn and Alabama would move East and the Mississippi schools would be no worse off, and possibly more competitive with Texas and Oklahoma.

The merit in your line of thinking would be with Florida, Tennessee and South Carolina, but two of those schools would welcome having the Tide and Tigers back on the annual schedule.
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