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RE: B1G to earn $1.5 Billion
Boise has no market. Most realignment moves are based on money and markets. Brand and academics play a minor role. Performance is further down the list.

Theres at least half a dozen schools the PAC or Big 12 would add before getting to Boise.

Its not happening.
08-04-2022 11:30 PM
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Outside Nick Saban, Luke Fickell imho is the best Coach in CFB given the same resources as Saban I say he could do the same as Saban. I'm not a Cincy fan, but it is what it is, as I see it. My Coogs have got to compete with this.
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RE: B1G to earn $1.5 Billion
(08-04-2022 03:39 PM)MadisonHawk Wrote:  according to Front Office Sports:

"Before USC and UCLA announced they would join the Big Ten in 2024, the conference was already on track to garner up to $1 billion annually in its new media rights deal. But after the addition, media partners were told to “go back to the drawing board,” Front Office Sports previously reported.

Now, the Big Ten hopes to kick that number up by 50% to at least $1.5 billion annually, sources told Front Office Sports."


https://frontofficesports.com/big-ten-me...hts-1-5-b/

Other highlights from the article:

-- As indicated by the article TerryD posted, NBC is making an aggressive play for a Saturday Night package. My speculation from other resources is that NBC is emphasizing exposure vs. the $$$$ that Amazon is proposing. The leak yesterday may have been a public pitch from NBC (or a trial balloon from the B1G).

-- NBC, ESPN and CBS are frustrated with the role Fox is playing in the negotiations.
This will allow the legislatures of the B1G states to appropriate similar amounts to other schools in their states. Indiana could cut appropriations to Indiana and Purdue by $187M a year, and reallocate it to Ball State, IUPUI, Purdue Fort Wayne, USI, and Purdue Northwest. That money would fund the education of 10,000 to 20,000 students.

California could allocate additional funding to CSUN, Long Beach State, Fullerton State, CSULA, Cal Poly Pomona, CSU San Bernardino, and CSU Dominguez Hills.

This is a big win for higher education throughout the Greater Midwest.
08-05-2022 02:57 AM
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RE: B1G to earn $1.5 Billion
(08-05-2022 02:57 AM)jimrtex Wrote:  
(08-04-2022 03:39 PM)MadisonHawk Wrote:  according to Front Office Sports:

"Before USC and UCLA announced they would join the Big Ten in 2024, the conference was already on track to garner up to $1 billion annually in its new media rights deal. But after the addition, media partners were told to “go back to the drawing board,” Front Office Sports previously reported.

Now, the Big Ten hopes to kick that number up by 50% to at least $1.5 billion annually, sources told Front Office Sports."


https://frontofficesports.com/big-ten-me...hts-1-5-b/

Other highlights from the article:

-- As indicated by the article TerryD posted, NBC is making an aggressive play for a Saturday Night package. My speculation from other resources is that NBC is emphasizing exposure vs. the $$$$ that Amazon is proposing. The leak yesterday may have been a public pitch from NBC (or a trial balloon from the B1G).

-- NBC, ESPN and CBS are frustrated with the role Fox is playing in the negotiations.
This will allow the legislatures of the B1G states to appropriate similar amounts to other schools in their states. Indiana could cut appropriations to Indiana and Purdue by $187M a year, and reallocate it to Ball State, IUPUI, Purdue Fort Wayne, USI, and Purdue Northwest. That money would fund the education of 10,000 to 20,000 students.

California could allocate additional funding to CSUN, Long Beach State, Fullerton State, CSULA, Cal Poly Pomona, CSU San Bernardino, and CSU Dominguez Hills.

This is a big win for higher education throughout the Greater Midwest.

That would be awesome if they did that, but unfortunately I doubt they will do it— especially the Midwestern schools.
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RE: B1G to earn $1.5 Billion
(08-05-2022 04:38 AM)CliftonAve Wrote:  
(08-05-2022 02:57 AM)jimrtex Wrote:  
(08-04-2022 03:39 PM)MadisonHawk Wrote:  according to Front Office Sports:

"Before USC and UCLA announced they would join the Big Ten in 2024, the conference was already on track to garner up to $1 billion annually in its new media rights deal. But after the addition, media partners were told to “go back to the drawing board,” Front Office Sports previously reported.

Now, the Big Ten hopes to kick that number up by 50% to at least $1.5 billion annually, sources told Front Office Sports."


https://frontofficesports.com/big-ten-me...hts-1-5-b/

Other highlights from the article:

-- As indicated by the article TerryD posted, NBC is making an aggressive play for a Saturday Night package. My speculation from other resources is that NBC is emphasizing exposure vs. the $$$$ that Amazon is proposing. The leak yesterday may have been a public pitch from NBC (or a trial balloon from the B1G).

-- NBC, ESPN and CBS are frustrated with the role Fox is playing in the negotiations.
This will allow the legislatures of the B1G states to appropriate similar amounts to other schools in their states. Indiana could cut appropriations to Indiana and Purdue by $187M a year, and reallocate it to Ball State, IUPUI, Purdue Fort Wayne, USI, and Purdue Northwest. That money would fund the education of 10,000 to 20,000 students.

California could allocate additional funding to CSUN, Long Beach State, Fullerton State, CSULA, Cal Poly Pomona, CSU San Bernardino, and CSU Dominguez Hills.

This is a big win for higher education throughout the Greater Midwest.

That would be awesome if they did that, but unfortunately I doubt they will do it— especially the Midwestern schools.
There is a lot of political support for the regional schools. If you are in Fort Wayne you would resent the brightest 18 YO going off to West Lafayette or Bloomington and never coming back. Graduates would stick around the universities or move on to Indianapolis or Chicago. Or some students would drop out of Indiana or Purdue, for a variety of reasons. 5 years later they had established some stability in their life back in Fort Wayne and want to go back to school. They can do that at Purdue Fort Wayne.

So the Governor calls a press conference with the presidents of Indiana, Purdue, Ball State, etc. He praises Indiana and Purdue for keeping Indiana in the national spotlight and the big payout which will permit the two schools to be able to provide greater academic opportunities for student-athletes and ordinary students alike, and that it freed up funding for the great schools in Muncie, Terre Haute, Fort Wayne, here in Indianapolis.
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Big Ten contract leak?



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(08-08-2022 01:51 PM)Transic_nyc Wrote:  Big Ten contract leak?




Auerbach is tightly connected with the B1G front office and has been a source of intentional leaks / trial balloons from the B1G in the past. I interpret these tweetts (together with the leak of NBC's prime time Saturday Night football to Front Office Sports) as laying the groundwork for the announcement in the next week or two that the new B1G television deal will not include ESPN.
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RE: B1G to earn $1.5 Billion
(08-08-2022 02:07 PM)MadisonHawk Wrote:  
(08-08-2022 01:51 PM)Transic_nyc Wrote:  Big Ten contract leak?




Auerbach is tightly connected with the B1G front office and has been a source of intentional leaks / trial balloons from the B1G in the past. I interpret these tweetts (together with the leak of NBC's prime time Saturday Night football to Front Office Sports) as laying the groundwork for the announcement in the next week or two that the new B1G television deal will not include ESPN.

I think we're overly conpitacizing here.

Why does the Big Ten need to lay any groundwork?

Just announce the contract when it's done.

If we're gonna conpiracize, let's do it right.

Qui Bono, baby,?

Leak that the big Ten is going to break fully from EsPN.
Who loses? ESPN.

Sounds like a ploy from the Big Ten for ESPN to ante up or lose their spot
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(08-08-2022 02:07 PM)MadisonHawk Wrote:  
(08-08-2022 01:51 PM)Transic_nyc Wrote:  Big Ten contract leak?




Auerbach is tightly connected with the B1G front office and has been a source of intentional leaks / trial balloons from the B1G in the past. I interpret these tweetts (together with the leak of NBC's prime time Saturday Night football to Front Office Sports) as laying the groundwork for the announcement in the next week or two that the new B1G television deal will not include ESPN.

I've suspected that this might be the case and if it was it would all part of a plan slowly unfolding to create an us vs them rivalry between team FOX and team ESPN. What will be interesting to watch is what happens with B12 rights. If ESPN and FOX split them then the B1G finishes up West expansion, perhaps picks up a bit more of a bridge with Kansas and Colorado and adds a pair to the East. The SEC picks up ACC schools and the leftovers fold into a split owned B12.

If ESPN buys out the B12 it signals to me a more hostile play for the ACC and PAC leftovers.
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