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Will the P5 pull out of NCAA in 2024?
Ok ace... " weak "
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RE: Will the P5 pull out of NCAA in 2024?
(05-17-2017 10:46 AM)DavidSt Wrote:  
(05-17-2017 10:15 AM)MU88 Wrote:  
(05-17-2017 08:38 AM)arkstfan Wrote:  the dollars gained from taking over the NCAA Tournament are nice but don't add up to a huge amount of money, less than playing in a top bowl game.

The NCAA received over $1 billion in revenue for the NCAA tournament. The total bowl payout from all the bowls is slightly over $500 million. The NCAA's entire budget is funded by the tournament. Plus, the stipend D2 and D3 schools receive is courtesy of the basketball tournament. Let's say the P5 and the BE split from the rest of the NCAA. If the $1 billion was split evenly, each of the school would receive around $15 million each. Clearly, there is a financial incentive to split.

BTW, if they split, there is no reason that the P5 couldn't still play body bag games against teams in the NCAA. Many of the left behind schools need the body bag games to fund their athletic programs, while the P5 wants the home games for revenue purposes. I wold suspect, those games would continue.

The only things that keep the P5 from splitting is 1) politics; and 2) some sense of history coupled with a feeling of obligation toward the other universities. Reason 2 is seems to be fading. Once the pot is high enough, I can see the P5 challenging the political establishment. Money talks.


P5 could become mega-conferences if they split.

MWC could be split between PAC 12 and Big 12. San Jose State might be the only team left behind.
AAC could be split between Big 12, Big 10, AAC and SEC.
Arkansas State, Northern Illinois, Buffalo, Western Michigan, Toledo, Bowling Green, Western Kentucky, UTEP, Rice, UTSA, Georgia Southern, Appalachian State, Eastern Washington, Northern Arizona, BYU, Gonzaga, St. Mary's, Missouri State, Illinois State, Delaware, Stony Brook, Montana, North Dakota State, South Dakota State, UMass., New Hampshire, Alaska, Vermont, URI, Maine, VCU, Dayton, College of Charleston, Davidson, D1 Hockey schools, Johns Hopkins and maybe some others could be split from the rest as well. You grab the best of football, basketball, hockey, baseball and so forth. I could throw in teams like North Florida, FGCU, Mercer, Georgia State and other good hoops teams that beaten P5 schools.
Oh my...
05-18-2017 10:26 AM
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RE: Will the P5 pull out of NCAA in 2024?
(05-12-2017 05:57 PM)JHS55 Wrote:  If so what then?
Just wondering if some p5ers will stay behind, mybe Nebraska in a desperate move for better recruiting, seeing as their recruiting has tanked sense moving to the big10

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Will the P5 pull out of NCAA in 2024?
Ok, I see now, very well done indeed
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