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    Potential good news for Big 12 future TV negotiations

    ACC gets a ton of money in their new deal, and Fox came after it strong...and didn't get it...so now, the Pac 10 and Big 12 are what's out there for them to get:

    ESPN outbids Fox for ACC television rights - Triangle Business Journal:


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    Re: Potential good news for Big 12 future TV negotiations

    Being on Fox sports net is a joke. You may or may not get games and have to search for them. Their booth pairs are bad and the quality of the game is bad. The Big 12 needs to be on a major network, like Fox, NBC, or TNT.


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    Re: Potential good news for Big 12 future TV negotiations

    Time to make a Big 12/Pac 10 network with revenue sharing.


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    Re: Potential good news for Big 12 future TV negotiations

    Quote Originally Posted by kingcy View Post
    Being on Fox sports net is a joke. You may or may not get games and have to search for them. Their booth pairs are bad and the quality of the game is bad. The Big 12 needs to be on a major network, like Fox, NBC, or TNT.
    The money they pay spends.


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    Re: Potential good news for Big 12 future TV negotiations

    Fox sports went hard because they are losing the Big 12/Pac 10 to thier own network.



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    Re: Potential good news for Big 12 future TV negotiations

    Jon,
    In spite of your daily predictions that Big 10 expansion will lead to the demise of the Big 12 Conference, I think it will lead to the opposite result. The Big 12/Pac 10 network will be the largest and most powerful network of all, including every BCS university west of the Mississippi.



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    Re: Potential good news for Big 12 future TV negotiations

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonestate View Post
    Jon,
    In spite of your daily predictions that Big 10 expansion will lead to the demise of the Big 12 Conference, I think it will lead to the opposite result. The Big 12/Pac 10 network will be the largest and most powerful network of all, including every BCS university west of the Mississippi.
    Except Minnesota, Arkansas, and Louisiana State. I don't necessarily disagree, just sayin.


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    Re: Potential good news for Big 12 future TV negotiations

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonestate View Post
    Jon,
    In spite of your daily predictions that Big 10 expansion will lead to the demise of the Big 12 Conference, I think it will lead to the opposite result. The Big 12/Pac 10 network will be the largest and most powerful network of all, including every BCS university west of the Mississippi.
    I agree. Assuming that a Pac 10/Big 12 Network actually happens it could supplant the Big 10 as the dominant network. Rutgers doesn't have the following in New York that USC, Cal, and UCLA have in Los Angeles.

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    Rank Market Area (DMA) / TV Households / % of US
    1 New York, NY / 7,493,530 / 6.524 (Big East)
    2 Los Angeles, CA / 5,659,170 / 4.927 (Pac 10)
    3 Chicago, IL / 3,501,010 / 3.048 (Big 10)
    4 Philadelphia, PA / 2,955,190 / 2.573 (Big East)
    5 Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX / 2,544,410 / 2.215 (Big 12)
    6 San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA / 2,503,400 / 2.179 (Pac 10)
    7 Boston, MA (Manchester, NH) / 2,410,180 / 2.098 (ACC)
    8 Atlanta, GA / 2,387,520 / 2.079 (ACC)
    9 Washington, DC (Hagerstown, MD) / 2,335,040 / 2.033 (ACC)
    10 Houston, TX / 2,123,460 / 1.849 (Big 12)



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    Re: Potential good news for Big 12 future TV negotiations

    Quote Originally Posted by rob4cy View Post
    Except Minnesota, Arkansas, and Louisiana State. I don't necessarily disagree, just sayin.
    And Iowa...



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    Re: Potential good news for Big 12 future TV negotiations

    Our time will come, we just have to wait and then we'll be in the same league as the SEC and Big 10.



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    Re: Potential good news for Big 12 future TV negotiations

    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue52 View Post
    And Iowa...
    They don't count



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    Re: Potential good news for Big 12 future TV negotiations

    Quote Originally Posted by 3GenClone View Post
    I agree. Assuming that a Pac 10/Big 12 Network actually happens it could supplant the Big 10 as the dominant network. Rutgers doesn't have the following in New York that USC, Cal, and UCLA have in Los Angeles.

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    6 San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA / 2,503,400 / 2.179 (Pac 10)
    7 Boston, MA (Manchester, NH) / 2,410,180 / 2.098 (ACC)
    8 Atlanta, GA / 2,387,520 / 2.079 (ACC)
    9 Washington, DC (Hagerstown, MD) / 2,335,040 / 2.033 (ACC)
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    Re: Potential good news for Big 12 future TV negotiations

    actually most of the UofM campus is on the east side of the river as is LSU.



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    Re: Potential good news for Big 12 future TV negotiations

    Quote Originally Posted by kingcy View Post
    Being on Fox sports net is a joke. You may or may not get games and have to search for them. Their booth pairs are bad and the quality of the game is bad. The Big 12 needs to be on a major network, like Fox, NBC, or TNT.
    Never being on TV is a bigger joke.


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    Quote Originally Posted by terryk View Post
    actually most of the UofM campus is on the east side of the river as is LSU.
    Well played, sir!




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