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PostPosted: Thu Apr 02, 2009 10:37 am 
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Tony Barnhart piece regarding how SEC tv money is fueling the arms race for football coaches at http://blogs.ajc.com/barnhart-college-f ... e_football


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 02, 2009 10:47 am 
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USAToday spread of articles regarding college multimedia deals at http://www.usatoday.com/sports/college/ ... over_N.htm


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 06, 2009 9:25 am 
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SBJ article regarding SEC tv deal money being used to sign coaches.Although the article confirms that the new SEC tv deals that start in 2009-2010 will average about $205 million per year they must be seriously back loaded if next years bump is only about $5 million.That would be about $10-11 million per school for the first year.Link at http://sportsbusinessjournal.com/article/62131


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Article out of Columbus discussing increases in OSU coaches' salaries.Article notes past(2006-2007) yearly FB & BB tv money totals about $6.4 million while post BTN yearly FB tv money alone has tripled to about $9.3 million(no BB tv number listed) which helps to pay salaries.Link at http://www.columbusdispatch.com/live/co ... ml?sid=101


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Followup on coaches salaries:article out of Mountaineer country comparing salaries of WVU FB coaches to SEC FB coaches pay at http://www.dailymail.com/Sports/WVUSports/200904130604


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NYTimes blog article regarding SEC tv deal fueling SEC assistant coaches salary increases at http://thequad.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/0 ... assistants


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Article out of Corvallis discussing the OSU budget situation.Article mentions that the PAC-10 tv revenue distribution process is not equal with OSU recently getting about $9 million from the PAC-10 to include tv money. Apparently the PAC-10 schools get more tv money if they have more tv appearances.Link at http://www.democratherald.com/articles/ ... 041909.txt


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Article out of Gopher country discussing Minnesota finances with report that UM received about $15 million in 2008-2009 for their tv rights.This appears to be in line with past SBJ estimates.Link at http://www.mndaily.com/2009/04/29/cover ... ics-budget


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Article out of Corvallis discussing the OSU budget situation.Article mentions that the PAC-10 tv revenue distribution process is not equal with OSU recently getting about $9 million from the PAC-10 to include tv money. Apparently the PAC-10 schools get more tv money if they have more tv appearances.Link at http://www.democratherald.com/articles/ ... 041909.txt



I like the system whereby more appearances means more money. But I think it needs to be merit based, not market. Because USC will get the most games even during a down year because they are in the LA market.

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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2009 7:21 pm 
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Quinn,thanks for the post.
Article out of San Jose discussing the budget problems at several PAC-10 schools.Comments from PAC-10 Commish Hansen regarding looking for other revenue streams.Apparently the league met with a tv consultant today regarding the "possibility" of setting up a PAC-10 Network.Link at http://www.mercurynews.com/breakingnews/ci_12301401


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PAC-10 blog article discussing the conference's tv contract situation.Link at http://www.californiagoldenblogs.com/20 ... get-better


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Couple of articles out of Wildcat country reporting on UK athletic budget for FY10.Articles mention increase in SEC tv deal money from around $6 million for 2008-2009 per school to "almost" $12 million per school for 2009-2010.These numbers appear to be in line with numbers being reported at other SEC schools.Links at http://news.cincinnati.com/apps/pbcs.dl ... /305120041
alternate link at http://www.courier-journal.com/article/ ... ball+arena

and at http://kykernel.com/2009/05/11/athletic ... ing-budget

SBJ has previous reported that the combined SEC tv deals that start in 2009-2010 and run for 15 years should average around $205 million per year,which is about $17 million per school.Either these numbers are inflated or the deal is seriously "back loaded".
Of course we will continue to monitor this situation to try and determine the value of the SEC tv deals for 2009-2010.
However,at this time it does appear that the Big Ten with estimated per school tv revenue of about $13.7 million for 2007-2008,about $15 million for 2008-2009,and a projected $15 million plus for 2009-2010 is still the BCS conference with the highest paying national tv deals.It should be interesting to see if the SEC can eventually catch up to the Big Ten and if the SEC schools will make more than Notre Dame in 2009-2010.

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PostPosted: Thu May 14, 2009 10:23 am 
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Article out of OC regarding the PAC-10 financial and tv situation.Conference Commish apparently concerned about school budget problems and the PAC 10 falling behind the Big Ten and SEC in revenue generation.They apparently are seriously looking at the possibility of starting a PAC-10 Network. Looks like they will be having discussions with Fox in this regard.Link at http://www.ocregister.com/articles/pac- ... illion-sec


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In the article in above post the PAC 10 was worried about the conferences with the big tv deals overrunning everybody else.Article out of Clemson and reprinted by Gator site that has the ACC faithful all concerned by the big SEC tv deal which would allow the SEC to buy up all of the good coaches.Article has comments from Clemson official indicating that the current annual ACC tv per school payout is about $6.5 million which is not too shabby compared with the per school SEC tv payout for 2008-2009 of about $6 million(see article posted above).The SEC will apparently make an extra $6 million per school in tv money next year(see above article).They will reportedly "average" about $17 million per school per year during the life of their 15 year deals.
Article used the $9 million per year number for ND which has since been "adjusted" to between $10-11 million per season to reflect an added home/neutral site game(see SBJ article in this thread).With the BE BB tv deal money added ND makes about $12 million per year in tv money.Reportedly the NBC contract will be sweetened with an undisclosed increase following the 2010-2011 season.
The ACC tv deal expires after the 2010-2011 school year.They will be negotiating a new deal probably starting early next year with a likely announcement date of mid 2010.It should be interesting to see how well the ACC comes out in it's next tv deals.Link at http://florida.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=945656


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BE MB thread discussing the above linked article regarding the PAC-10 considering a conference tv network at http://ncaabbs.com/showthread.php?tid=369565


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