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RE: How does Fairleigh-Dickinson/St. Francis/Gardner Webb/Radford have their bball on TV?
(02-10-2018 07:24 PM)devyanks90 Wrote:  
(02-10-2018 06:08 PM)BKTopper Wrote:  
(02-01-2018 07:20 PM)TTT Wrote:  Gardner Webb vs Radford followed by LIU-Brooklyn vs Sacred Heart on ESPNU

Fairleigh-Dickinson vs St. Francis on CBSSports...

Really? These games are more attractive (for TV viewers) than some CUSA games?

How the hell are these schools getting better basketball tv deals/exposure than us??? Isn't this why we added schools in big markets??? What has it done for CUSA's exposure and bottom line...?

NYC metro market teams

Virtually no one cares about FDU in the NYC metro and the other teams are not near NYC (the other St. Francis is)

If it was the Brooklyn St Francis College, then that game would involve 2 teams in the 20m metro nyc market, I think that's justifiable even if it's a small shaee, you hope the bars in Manhattan all throw it on for alumni of those schools and then you get all the bar eyeballs.
02-12-2018 08:20 AM
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RE: How does Fairleigh-Dickinson/St. Francis/Gardner Webb/Radford have their bball on TV?
Radford will be televised again on the U Thursday against Campbell...................I went to Radford and Marshall. Our conference is screwing this up the best that they can...
02-13-2018 04:15 PM
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RE: How does Fairleigh-Dickinson/St. Francis/Gardner Webb/Radford have their bball on TV?
Fairleign Dickinson University, I just realized that school is named after the founder of company I work for, Becton Dickinson. They play D1 ball too? Wow!
02-13-2018 05:43 PM
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RE: How does Fairleigh-Dickinson/St. Francis/Gardner Webb/Radford have their bball on TV?
(02-12-2018 08:20 AM)BKTopper Wrote:  
(02-10-2018 07:24 PM)devyanks90 Wrote:  
(02-10-2018 06:08 PM)BKTopper Wrote:  
(02-01-2018 07:20 PM)TTT Wrote:  Gardner Webb vs Radford followed by LIU-Brooklyn vs Sacred Heart on ESPNU

Fairleigh-Dickinson vs St. Francis on CBSSports...

Really? These games are more attractive (for TV viewers) than some CUSA games?

How the hell are these schools getting better basketball tv deals/exposure than us??? Isn't this why we added schools in big markets??? What has it done for CUSA's exposure and bottom line...?

NYC metro market teams

Virtually no one cares about FDU in the NYC metro and the other teams are not near NYC (the other St. Francis is)

If it was the Brooklyn St Francis College, then that game would involve 2 teams in the 20m metro nyc market, I think that's justifiable even if it's a small shaee, you hope the bars in Manhattan all throw it on for alumni of those schools and then you get all the bar eyeballs.

Maybe in Brooklyn. You'll get more eyeballs for soccer or MMA than some random local college. Most people around here won't care if HBU is playing unless it's a good game with a top ten team.
02-14-2018 03:51 PM
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