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RE: Big 10 revenue exceeds expectations. $54 million per team
(05-27-2019 09:24 PM)georgia_tech_swagger Wrote:  The analogue for the ACC has and always will be the Pac-12 (minus the parallel universe sociology system, though that can be seen in Chapel Hill as well). The SEC is a one trick pony. It just so happens that one trick is currently responsible for 80% of all revenue and realigning conferences themselves at all power levels. I always felt like the ACC philosophy was to seek the total package: compete for titles in revenue sports, compete for titles in Olympic sports, be elite academically.

One trick pony? Hogwash. Google our championships and take a gander. We are also catching up academically and although we might never catch the top of the ACC we might well match or best your conference average academically in the decades ahead. You will be seeing more medical schools popping up in the SEC in the years to come and maybe one day Vet Med will actually be permitted to be counted in research.
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