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Article out of Houston with update on LHN carriage(Grande Communications) and Big 12 Fb(Kansas) content at http://www.chron.com/sports/longhorns/a ... 153748.php


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Chip Brown article discussing possibilty that LHN could be melded into PAC 12 tv network if Texas joined that league.Link at http://texas.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1260128


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LHN announcing they will add 5 FB games this season,from UTSA.Link at http://www.1340thefan.com/espns-longhor ... a-football


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 09, 2011 9:55 am 
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freaked4collegefb wrote:
LHN announcing they will add 5 FB games this season,from UTSA.Link at http://www.1340thefan.com/espns-longhor ... a-football


I could have sworn this was finalized weeked ago, apparently I was wrong. It's good content for them, especially since it's unlikely that UTSA would be built up too much anytime soon, and compete for media coverage over Texas.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 09, 2011 3:30 pm 
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Quinn, thanks for the post.

Last saturday I posted a link to an article out of San Antonio in this thread that discussed the LHN/UTSA FB deal which was announced yesterday.More on that deal from San Antonio Biz Journal blog article at http://www.bizjournals.com/sanantonio/b ... ining.html


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Chip Brown article(previously posted in another thread) discussing latest Big 12 tv revenue distribution proposal at http://texas.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1263009


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Texas release announcing 12 Texas BB games will be shown live on LHN this school year.No word yet if LHN will also have UTSA BB games.Link at http://www.texassports.com/sports/m-bas ... 11aah.html


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Couple of SBJ article regarding college athletics at http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Jour ... n-CBS.aspx

and at http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Jour ... aycom.aspx

(Site requires a subscription.I will try to obtain alternate links if possible)


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Lenn Robbins article in NYPost discussing possible impact of ACC raid of the BE on the next BE tv deal at http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/college/ ... z1Ygx8Rv1T


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 26, 2011 9:53 am 
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SBJ article discussing how ACC expansion by at least two schools will allow it to reopen ESPN tv contract at http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Jour ... s/ACC.aspx




Also SBJ article regarding past tries at setting up college super conferences at http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Jour ... rence.aspx


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Article out of Birmingham discussing whether SEC expansion will allow that league to reconsider it's previous conference network decision.Also,do the SEC tv contracts require(like the ACC contracts) at least two expansion schools before they can be reopened? If so,look for the SEC to add a #14 school sooner rather than later.Link at http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2011 ... a_for.html


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Tulsa World article comparing Big 12 revenues to include tv revenue with other major conferences at http://www.tulsaworld.com/sportsextra/a ... ualr807124


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 03, 2011 2:36 pm 
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Excellent timing on that last post, Freaked. I've been working on an update to create the 2011 NCAA television contract details by conference article that just went live today:


2011 TV Contract Details:
View at http://collegesportsinfo.com/2011/10/03 ... onference/

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ACC

12 years, $1.86 billion, ESPN (through 2024)
Annual: $155 million
Average Annual per School: $13 million

Notes: figures expected to improve with the additions of Syracuse & Pittsburgh






Big East
6 years, $200 million, ABC/ESPN [CBS contributes $9 million of total] (through 2013)
Annual: $33 million
Average Annual per School: $7 million for football schools, $2 million for non-football schools

Notes: contract is expected to change with the losses of Syracuse and Pittsburgh but will still grow due to the valuation of available conference television contracts (Big East is next conference up for renewal).





Big Ten

10 years, $1 billion, ABC/ESPN (through 2016)
25 years, +$2.8 billion, Big Ten Network (through 2032)
6 years, $145 million, Fox (B1G championship game through 2016)
Annual: $236 million
Average Annual per School: $19.7 million




Big 12

13 years, $1.17 billion, Fox (through 2025)
8 years, $480 million, ABC/ESPN (through 2016)
Annual: $150 million
Average Annual per School: $15 million
Notes: The Big 12 contract is expected to remain as it is if a 10th school is added to replace Texas A&M. If the conference opts to expand to 12, the per-school payouts would likely remain the same with the total overall annual increasing. Expansion to 12 would also add a championship game expected to fetch a payout of $10-$18 million per year.



Pac-12

12 years, $2.7 billion, Fox/ABC/ESPN (through 2024)
Annual: $225 million (* $505 million potential)
Average Annual per School: $18.8 million from Fox/ABC/ESPN (* $30 million projected with Pac-12 Network)
* Pac-12 Network: the network will launch in 2012 with a primary network and 6 regional networks. Revenue projections combined are expected to be in the same range if not more than the Big Ten Network, which produces $280 million per year at $11 million per school.
Notes: New members receive 50% share in 2012, 75% share in 2012, 100% share in 2014



SEC

15 years, $2.25 billion, ESPN (through 2024)
15 years, $825 million, CBS (through 2024)
Annual: $256 million
Average Annual per School: $21 million
Notes: contract is expected to be renegotiated with the addition of Texas A&M, maintaining the current per-school payout. The SEC may be on it’s way to starting it’s own network that depending on future additions, could gain the conference and additional $10-$20 million per school per year).

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 03, 2011 3:05 pm 
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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.

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freaked4collegefb wrote:
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.

Thanks
Freaked


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.

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