Big 12 Conference Payment Distribution

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  1. BigJCy

    BigJCy Well-Known Member

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    This isn't even counting the Tier 3 revenue:

     
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    Gunnerclone Well-Known Member

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    Dying conference!
     
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    helechopper Well-Known Member

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    How much does ISU make annually for tier 3? 6 million?
     
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    #4 3GenClone, Jun 1, 2018
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    So what you're really saying is that Texas made $51.5 million ($15 mil per year from LHN)

    Edit:
    According to this article (from Feb 2018, but I think it's accurate) the Big 10 programs earned $50.6 mil each in total revenue.

    SEC Tweet from Feb:
     
  5. BillBrasky4Cy

    BillBrasky4Cy Well-Known Member

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    I want to say it was less than 2 million.
     
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  6. BigJCy

    BigJCy Well-Known Member

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    Yep, pretty much.
     
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    I thought it was ~$6 million?
     
  8. 3GenClone

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    Here's another interesting point for next years numbers:
     
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    surly Well-Known Member

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    Tier 3 revenue is hard to compare because of how it's defined. Are you including radio rights for example? Well, all schools sell those individually. Much is made of Tier 3 because of the LHN, but it's probably a bit of a red herring for the rest of us.
     
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    So if you include Tier 3 revenue (estimated around $5m), ISU made more money than the SEC schools.
     
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    crash_zone Well-Known Member

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    ISU made enough to be competitive. Keep it up and long live the B12!
     
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  12. 3GenClone

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    I don't think ISU made $5 million off Cyclones.TV. I don't even think they made 1/2 of that. But it's certainly closer than what I thought it would be.

    What should be pointed out though is that this was the first year that Nebraska received a full-share of Big 10 revenue (at 50.6 million). I would be interested to see what their revenue would have been if they were still full-members of the conference and had a "Husker TV" network during that same timespan. Nebraskans would have eaten that up - their AD has his own radio show for crying out loud, a Husker-only TV network would have been a slam-dunk decision.
     
  13. BMWallace

    BMWallace Active Member

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    Most of the 3rd tier money comes from radio, not Cyclones.tv
     
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  14. RonBurgundy

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    KnappShack Well-Known Member

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    This is truth. Wonder what the Big 12's hybrid model would've looked like for Nebraska

    They are a program in decline, but they still have a large fan base. A Husker Network as a stand alone would've been a close 2nd in $$ to the LHN
     
  18. BCClone

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    Speaking of big XII, what is bowlsby doing to earn his money? I think he's cost us more than made us.
     
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  19. Beyerball

    Beyerball Well-Known Member

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    Here is TV revenue for Nebraska since leaving the BIG:
    $14 mil
    $15.4 mil
    $16.9 Mil
    $18.7 Mil
    $ 20.9 Mil
    $23.6 Mil
    $50 Mil- This year

    $159 Mil

    Here is Iowa State Tv Revenue to compare (Im going to use about $2.5 mil for Tier 3)

    $20.5 Mil
    $23.5 Mi
    $25.5 mil
    $25.8 Mil
    $32.5 Mil
    $37.3 Mil
    $39.3 Mil

    $204 Mil

    Since Nebraska Departure..little Ole Iowa State has made roughly $40 mil more in TV revenue...That number was much larger accept this summer Neb started getting a full share. So it will be until roughly 2023 until Nebraska actually starts making up completely for leaving the conference.

    One could also argue that the disparity is actually larger because Nebraska Tier 3 deal would have been a minimum of $6-$8 mil a year..
     
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  20. CYCLNST8

    CYCLNST8 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah- the Big 12/Pac 12 merger could end up looking something like:

    TEXAS
    OU
    SOUTHERN CAL
    UCLA
    WASHINGTON
    OREGON

    ...and that's it.
     

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