Quinn,thanks for the post.
Of course these conference tv revenue numbers are a work in progress with moving targets.
However,my initial reaction to the above numbers is,
1.BE math seems off,you have 8 BE FB schools averaging $7 million per year=$56 million & 8 BE BB schools with the annual average of $2 million each for $16 million or $72 million per year total for all 16 schools?Does not add up for me.Of course their deals should change after realignment is over.
2.Big 10 has reworked CBS ,BTN and maybe ESPN deals.These are low,waiting on new numbers.
3.SEC numbers look high,annual average number should be about $204 million total.Of course contract will be reopened after expansion.
4.ACC looks right with reopening after expansion.
5.PAC 12 looks about right on annual average basis with increased revenue for conference networks expected in the future years of the deal.
6.Big 12,numbers look right going into this season with possible changes depending on conference realignment.
Appreciate the feedback.
For the Big East, the numbers are actually all over the place. The actual school averages have not been made public other than when a school does so. So we have the WVU numbers from 2008. Granted they had Fiesta money included, but they got $5.3 for football, $2 million for basketball. The Big East gets tricky because of that football/basketball split and the nature of the total contract split between basketball and football. We know it's $33 million per year. It's the average split that is up in the air (for the reason that the Big East payouts are so low, that it's not something they really advertise).
For the Big Ten, yes, but no set numbers yet to include just yet.
For the SEC, the numbers I has matched yours. But upon reviewing your link above from Tulsaworld, I noticed that they were reporting a different figure for the SEC than I had.
Things should clear up once ESPN/ACC revise their numbers, same with Big 12, SEC. Then there is the new Big East contract which will go up, but likely NOT at the level they thought they would be (when they passed on eSPN when they still had SU/Pitt). Then there is the Pac-12 network...should get more solid projections once they are live. With a primary network in large western markets and then 6 regional networks, it does seem like a conservative projection to say that they could match the Big ten Network revenue (from their 1 channel).
If you're interested, I'll gladly add CUSA, MWC, WAC, Sunbelt contracts to the article too under your name.