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    Current Big 12 Revenues

    NU drops to eighth in Big 12 revenue - Omaha.com

    The Big 12 reported revenue from four primary sources: TV contracts ($69.9 million); bowl games ($31.7 million); NCAA shares ($28.9 million); and ticket sales ($11.7 million).


    Oklahoma moved to No. 1 in revenue share in 2008-09 at $12.2 million (24.5 percent increase).

    Texas was second at $11.8 million (12.7 percent) and Kansas third at $11.5 million (25 percent).

    Iowa State was 11th at $8.9 million (20.3 percent) and Kansas State 12th at $8.4 million (2.4 percent).


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    Re: Current Big 12 Revenues

    So, total revenue = $69.9 million + $31.7 million + $28.9 million + $11.7 million = $142.2 million.

    The lowest share was $8.4 million: 8.4 * 12 = $100.8 million.

    100.8 / 142.2 = 71% of the revenue equally shared. I think that's down about 10% from previous year.


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    and THAT is why they are REALLY leaving


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    Looks like TV sets is six times bigger than ticket sales. Maybe TV sets do count.


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    Re: Current Big 12 Revenues

    So. If we do drop to a 9 game round robin schedule, wouldn't most games be picked up on TV making revenue sharing a little bit closer?


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    Re: Current Big 12 Revenues

    Quote Originally Posted by MookInLincoln View Post
    and THAT is why they are REALLY leaving

    Maybe, but I think this is the real reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LutherClone View Post
    So. If we do drop to a 9 game round robin schedule, wouldn't most games be picked up on TV making revenue sharing a little bit closer?
    It all depends on what kind of deal those 10 ADs are negotiating right now. There's no doubt that there will be a big gap, but I don't care. Even $14 million per year makes life better for ISU.

    I like the 9 game schedule and playing everyone, every year. That means likely 5 (including Iowa game) huge home games every year. Let's play ball!


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    Quote Originally Posted by becrisgreg View Post
    Maybe, but I think this is the real reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by becrisgreg View Post
    Maybe, but I think this is the real reason.

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    Yes. Because they really think that it is the $3 million per year less they are getting that is keeping them down. LOL


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    Re: Current Big 12 Revenues

    Quote Originally Posted by becrisgreg View Post
    Maybe, but I think this is the real reason.

    1996 - Texas
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    2004 - Oklahoma
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    2009 - Texas
    Nebraska will compete immediately upon entrance into the Big 10, but they're not supplanting Ohio State at the top of the conference. Short of Texas, no one is for the foreseeable future.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jdoggivjc View Post
    Nebraska will compete immediately upon entrance into the Big 10, but they're not supplanting Ohio State at the top of the conference. Short of Texas, no one is for the foreseeable future.
    They will win a lot of football games in the BigTen, but I will be shocked if they win more championships in the BigTen than they did in the Big12. Two titles in the next 14 years? That sounds about right.

    Also, if they think the BigTen is gonna let them exist in a division with Iowa, Illinois, Northwestern, Minnesota and Wisconsin ... let's just say I think they are in for a BIG shock.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SC Cy View Post
    Nebraska is coming across as running for their terrified lives. I love it!
    I don't think that at all.

    They come across as having the opportunity and stones to leave the Texas directed league. Good for them.

    Also, they are going to receive way more than $3MM more in the B10 as I think someone mentioned. The TV package alone nets each team in the B10 $22MM. Not including all the other sources.

    What did the article say was NU's income? Not $3MM less than $22MM. And I think that was total revenue, not just TV revenue.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MookInLincoln View Post
    They will win a lot of football games in the BigTen, but I will be shocked if they win more championships in the BigTen than they did in the Big12. Two titles in the next 14 years? That sounds about right.

    Also, if they think the BigTen is gonna let them exist in a division with Iowa, Illinois, Northwestern, Minnesota and Wisconsin ... let's just say I think they are in for a BIG shock.
    That division you just said w/ Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin and N'western is currently tougher than the big12 north. They would still play a couple games from the other division. I do not think Nebraska is any better off than when they were in the big12. Iowa and Wisconsin are going to be tough for them....tougher than Missouri, Colorado and ISU have been for them.



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    Re: Current Big 12 Revenues

    Quote Originally Posted by jbhtexas View Post
    So, total revenue = $69.9 million + $31.7 million + $28.9 million + $11.7 million = $142.2 million.

    The lowest share was $8.4 million: 8.4 * 12 = $100.8 million.

    100.8 / 142.2 = 71% of the revenue equally shared. I think that's down about 10% from previous year.
    I don't know how the previous years numbers were calculated, but if you add up the numbers to each school mentioned in the article, the sharing wasn't as bad as you say.


    Here are the numbers for each school reported in the article:

    1) Oklahoma: $12.2 million
    2) Texas: $11.8 million
    3) Kansas: $11.5 million
    4) Missouri: $10.4 million
    5) ???
    6) Nebraska: 9.73 million
    7) ???
    8) ???
    9) ???
    10) ???
    11) ISU: $8.9 million
    12) Baylor: $8.4 million

    So the total amount given to all 12 schools was somewhere between 118.26 and 122.25. Apparently around $20 million of the $142.2 million revenue is not disbursed to the schools at all.

    So that would mean 100.8/120 = 84% of the revenue disbursed to the universities was equally shared.



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    Re: Current Big 12 Revenues

    Quote Originally Posted by nileo View Post
    That division you just said w/ Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin and N'western is currently tougher than the big12 north. They would still play a couple games from the other division. I do not think Nebraska is any better off than when they were in the big12. Iowa and Wisconsin are going to be tough for them....tougher than Missouri, Colorado and ISU have been for them.
    My initial reaction is that the move to the Big 10 is great financially for Nebraska, but I don't think it will be good athletically.



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