SBJ: List Of BCS Conference TV Deals

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  1. zls44

    zls44 W.E.B.B. Site 4 Life

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    http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Journal/Issues/2012/03/19/Media/Big-12.aspx

    Current college television deals
    CONFERENCE
    TERMS
    CONTRACT YEARS
    NETWORK(S)
    DEAL SIGNED
    BIG TEN​
    $1 billion/10 years
    2007-2008 through 2016-17
    ESPN/ABC
    June 2006
    $72 million*/6 years
    2011-12 through 2016-17
    CBS
    June 2011
    $2.8 billion/25 years
    2007-2008 through 2031-32
    Big Ten Network
    August 2006
    Notes: With the addition last year of former Big 12 member Nebraska, there are 12 schools in the Big Ten. Big Ten Network debuted in 2007. The conference and News Corp. jointly own the network and share expenses.
    BIG EAST​
    $200 million/6 years
    2007-2008 through 2012-13
    ESPN/ABC
    August 2006
    Note: Pitt and Syracuse will be moving to the ACC, and West Virginia is leaving to join the Big 12. In response, the Big East will add Boise State, Central Florida, Houston, Memphis, Navy, San Diego State, Southern Methodist and Temple.
    SEC​
    $2.25 billion/15 years
    2009-10 through 2023-24
    ESPN/ABC
    August 2008
    $825 million/15 years
    2009-10 through 2023-24
    CBS College Sports
    August 2008
    Note: Missouri and Texas A&M will join the conference later this year, giving it 14 members.
    ACC​
    $1.86 billion/12 years
    2011-12 through 2022-23
    ESPN/ABC, ACC Network/Raycom
    May 2010
    Note: Pitt and Syracuse will join the ACC, giving it 14 members.
    BIG 12​
    $1.17 billion/13 years
    2012-13 through 2024-25
    Fox
    March 2011
    $1.3 billion/13 years
    2012-13 through 2024-25
    ESPN/ABC
    March 2012
    $78 million/4 years
    2008-09 through 2011-12
    FSN
    April 2007
    Note: Last year the conference lost Colorado and Nebraska, reducing it to 10 members, and this year it will lose Missouri and Texas A&M to the SEC. In response, it has added Texas Christian and West Virginia, keeping it at 10 members.
    PAC-12​
    $3 billion/12 years
    2011-12 through 2022-23
    ESPN and Fox
    May 2011
    Note: Former Big 12 member Colorado and former Mountain West member Utah became the 11th and 12th members of the conference last year.
    Basketball only Sources: Conference Form 990s filed with the IRS; conference officials
  2. HuskyfanDan

    HuskyfanDan #BleedRed

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    billion seems to be a key word for next year
  3. epark88

    epark88 Popular Poster

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  4. SAMCRO

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    epark, that is exactly what popped into my head when reading the OP.
  5. nelsonmuntz

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    Good link. While the Big East will get no where near what it was going to get if the rats hadn't abandoned ship, the league should still do OK and UConn should be over $10MM in total conference revenue. It is definitely a seller's market.
  6. HuskyfanDan

    HuskyfanDan #BleedRed

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    epark just made my day
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    This is why I'm not entirely despondent over our situation. While I haven't quite brought myself to Carl's level of optimism... I think that we'll be okay and will have the finances to maintain a high level of play... and will continue to be an attractive option should there be more expansion.

    That being said I understand the pessimism (although I'm not a fan of the outright hostility) when you consider the current management of the Big East.
  8. Marty Jackson

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    interesting tidbit in there was the speculation that the Big12 could be done expanding for now seeing that their revenue streams are secure.

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