As the last available property on the media market, the NBE is the last leverage point for schools to improve their revenue. So there will be a lot of thinking, not just at NBE schools, about what to do over the next year. With optimistic chatter that the NBE TV contract may match or exceed the ACC's revenue, I wonder if we could see a reversal in the direction of team movement. Suppose the ACC gets raided for, say, Florida State and Va Tech. The ACC's revenue will diminish. Now the NBE revenue will be clearly larger than the ACC's. There would be no reason for UConn or Rutgers or Louisville to leave the NBE for the ACC, which will be weaker than the NBE on the football field and in money. Instead, the ACC teams would have an incentive to leave the ACC, get out from under their lousy contract. They would try to go to the SEC, Big12, B1G, or NBE -- all four would give them more money. If that played out, we might see a dissolution of the ACC, with the more valuable teams going to the conferences until the eastern conferences reached 16, and weaker programs like BC, Syracuse, and Wake Forest getting stranded. I'm not predicting this, only raising it as a possibility.