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    Revenue sharing

    How does the current revenue sharing arrangement work? There's lots of talk that it won't change with the saving of the conference. (For reasons other than money I think it would be preferable to be equal, but no change is understandable. Whatever.) There is also talk that with 10 teams and 5 slots for games, all conference games will be on TV every week.

    So my question is, does it matter what slot you are in, or do they all count equally? Are conference games weighted any differently than non-conference games? OK, that was two questions.

    If conference games were 'worth' more, all slots were equally weighted, and we maintain 5 slots for 5 games each week, we could actually improve revenue parity (though still not equal) in upcoming seasons. At least this goes for football, which I think we can all presume constitutes the majory of any TV contract.

    In basketball I don't know home many slots we have to fill each week but I doubt we get all ten games televised so parity here is going to be more difficult to achieve.



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    Re: Revenue sharing

    First 50% is shared equally and 2nd 50% is shared by TV appearances. Even though all may be on TV each week, it still isn't an even distribution because the B12 has multiple TV contracts with Fox, ABC, ESPN. So those appearing on the lesser networks and regional networks would get a lesser share still than those on ABC, etc.



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    Re: Revenue sharing

    I believe if we do truly get better, we get more money.

    I'm curious how the split would work if Texas went 0-10 and we went 10-0?



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    Re: Revenue sharing

    Quote Originally Posted by isuno1fan View Post
    First 50% is shared equally and 2nd 50% is shared by TV appearances. Even though all may be on TV each week, it still isn't an even distribution because the B12 has multiple TV contracts with Fox, ABC, ESPN. So those appearing on the lesser networks and regional networks would get a lesser share still than those on ABC, etc.
    OK, so what slot (better characterized by network I guess) you are in determines how much of the shared pot you get. As long as we're getting all our games televised we'll be catching up. If we are doing really well in a particular year, maybe even getting equal.



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    Re: Revenue sharing

    Quote Originally Posted by isuno1fan View Post
    First 50% is shared equally and 2nd 50% is shared by TV appearances. Even though all may be on TV each week, it still isn't an even distribution because the B12 has multiple TV contracts with Fox, ABC, ESPN. So those appearing on the lesser networks and regional networks would get a lesser share still than those on ABC, etc.
    The more I look at this the more sense it makes and it also gives the little guys a chance. If you become successful, you are a draw and will be put on a better network. In that first 50% alone, we will be over our current contract.


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    Re: Revenue sharing

    BIG 12 2008-09 REVENUE SHARING

    1. Oklahoma, $12.2 million
    2. Texas, $11.8 million
    3. Kansas, $11.5 million
    4. Missouri, $10.4 million
    5. Texas A&M, $10.2 million
    6. Oklahoma State, $10.0 million
    7. Colorado, $9.77 million
    8. Nebraska, $9.73 million
    9. Texas Tech, $9.2 million
    10. Baylor, $9.1 million
    11. Iowa State, $8.9 million
    12. Kansas State, $8.4 million
    Source: Omaha World-Herald



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    Re: Revenue sharing

    Quote Originally Posted by kucyclone View Post
    BIG 12 2008-09 REVENUE SHARING

    1. Oklahoma, $12.2 million
    2. Texas, $11.8 million
    3. Kansas, $11.5 million
    4. Missouri, $10.4 million
    5. Texas A&M, $10.2 million
    6. Oklahoma State, $10.0 million
    7. Colorado, $9.77 million
    8. Nebraska, $9.73 million
    9. Texas Tech, $9.2 million
    10. Baylor, $9.1 million
    11. Iowa State, $8.9 million
    12. Kansas State, $8.4 million
    Source: Omaha World-Herald
    No wonder the Huskers had heart burn. They only pulled in 870 K more then us....



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    Re: Revenue sharing

    Quote Originally Posted by yaman3 View Post
    The more I look at this the more sense it makes and it also gives the little guys a chance. If you become successful, you are a draw and will be put on a better network. In that first 50% alone, we will be over our current contract.
    How about the BCS bowl games payouts and other stuff? Does that all stay the same? Im sure Texas and Oklahoma wasnt all about sharing their money with the rest of the league like the Big Ten.



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