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In case you missed it ESPN new look has AAC Blog
Here's one thing (of the many things) that I don't understand.

How come ESPN doesn't push the conference a little more? When we get more viewers, they get more money. Yet, after over 2 years since its inception, our CFB Nation blog doesn't even have a friggin logo.

I'm not asking for much here. I don't need a blog for each individual school. I don't even mind that the blog seems to just be a feeder for our schools' twitter feeds.

All I want is
1) a logo for the blog
2) for the AAC to show up on the CFB Nation drop-down without having to back into finding us.

Come on! Help us help you help us help you...help us.


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07-06-2017 10:54 AM
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RE: In case you missed it ESPN new look has AAC Blog
(07-06-2017 10:54 AM)CoastalJuan Wrote:  Here's one thing (of the many things) that I don't understand.

How come ESPN doesn't push the conference a little more? When we get more viewers, they get more money. Yet, after over 2 years since its inception, our CFB Nation blog doesn't even have a friggin logo.

I'm not asking for much here. I don't need a blog for each individual school. I don't even mind that the blog seems to just be a feeder for our schools' twitter feeds.

All I want is
1) a logo for the blog
2) for the AAC to show up on the CFB Nation drop-down without having to back into finding us.

Come on! Help us help you help us help you...help us.


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It was more likely a fluke that the blog remained. The old Big East had the blog first. The AAC simply took over that spot. I'm surprised that the blog spot wasn't completely removed. Hopefully some day the AAC can truly become part of the P6 but I'm not holding my breath.
07-08-2017 06:22 PM
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In case you missed it ESPN new look has AAC Blog
(07-08-2017 06:22 PM)sfink16 Wrote:  
(07-06-2017 10:54 AM)CoastalJuan Wrote:  Here's one thing (of the many things) that I don't understand.

How come ESPN doesn't push the conference a little more? When we get more viewers, they get more money. Yet, after over 2 years since its inception, our CFB Nation blog doesn't even have a friggin logo.

I'm not asking for much here. I don't need a blog for each individual school. I don't even mind that the blog seems to just be a feeder for our schools' twitter feeds.

All I want is
1) a logo for the blog
2) for the AAC to show up on the CFB Nation drop-down without having to back into finding us.

Come on! Help us help you help us help you...help us.


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It was more likely a fluke that the blog remained. The old Big East had the blog first. The AAC simply took over that spot. I'm surprised that the blog spot wasn't completely removed. Hopefully some day the AAC can truly become part of the P6 but I'm not holding my breath.


Still doesn't make sense. We're contracted with them through 2020, so it would seem like it would be in their best interest to boost visibility/viewership.

I've seen people say that they keep us under wraps to keep us cheap, but don't they stand to make more if more people are watching/clicking?


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RE: In case you missed it ESPN new look has AAC Blog
(07-20-2017 11:18 AM)CoastalJuan Wrote:  
(07-08-2017 06:22 PM)sfink16 Wrote:  
(07-06-2017 10:54 AM)CoastalJuan Wrote:  Here's one thing (of the many things) that I don't understand.

How come ESPN doesn't push the conference a little more? When we get more viewers, they get more money. Yet, after over 2 years since its inception, our CFB Nation blog doesn't even have a friggin logo.

I'm not asking for much here. I don't need a blog for each individual school. I don't even mind that the blog seems to just be a feeder for our schools' twitter feeds.

All I want is
1) a logo for the blog
2) for the AAC to show up on the CFB Nation drop-down without having to back into finding us.

Come on! Help us help you help us help you...help us.


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It was more likely a fluke that the blog remained. The old Big East had the blog first. The AAC simply took over that spot. I'm surprised that the blog spot wasn't completely removed. Hopefully some day the AAC can truly become part of the P6 but I'm not holding my breath.


Still doesn't make sense. We're contracted with them through 2020, so it would seem like it would be in their best interest to boost visibility/viewership.

I've seen people say that they keep us under wraps to keep us cheap, but don't they stand to make more if more people are watching/clicking?


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