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[link=http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/sports_college/2009/07/how-much-revenue-did-your-favorite-fbs-school-take-in-in-200708-this-chart-will-tell-you.html]http://blogs.orlandosen...chart-will-tell-you.html[/link]

Is CFB about the kids or about money? Kind of hard to tell...
The Brewers will finish 90-72 and earn the #1 WC berth.

Carlos Gomez will have a 30/40 season (HR/SB) and win a 2nd Gold Glove en route to an All Star selection.
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The Pac10 needs to land a big TV deal.

SEC and Big10 teams dominate the top of the list because of their contracts with ESPN, CBS and the start up Big10 network.
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wis.gator wrote:


The Pac10 needs to land a big TV deal.

SEC and Big10 teams dominate the top of the list because of their contracts with ESPN, CBS and the start up Big10 network.


FSN and Altitude love the Pac-10 right now.
The Brewers will finish 90-72 and earn the #1 WC berth.

Carlos Gomez will have a 30/40 season (HR/SB) and win a 2nd Gold Glove en route to an All Star selection.
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Paladium wrote:


wis.gator wrote:


The Pac10 needs to land a big TV deal.

SEC and Big10 teams dominate the top of the list because of their contracts with ESPN, CBS and the start up Big10 network.


FSN and Altitude love the Pac-10 right now.



Those numbers are small in comparison. [link=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/stewart_mandel/07/24/tv-deals/index.html]Link[/link]

SEC
15 year deal with CBS is $825 million, or $55 million a season.
15 year deal with ESPN is $2.25 billion, or $150 million a season.

Pac10
5 year deal with ESPN/ABC is $125 million, or $25 mllion a season.
5 year deal with FSN is $97 million, or $19.4 million a season.

[link=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/stewart_mandel/07/24/sec-espn/index.html]The actual article written by Stewart Mandel.[/link]

You might as well call ESPN, SEC-ESPN this fall. SEC games will be all over ESPN's family of networks.
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wis.gator wrote:


Paladium wrote:


wis.gator wrote:


The Pac10 needs to land a big TV deal.

SEC and Big10 teams dominate the top of the list because of their contracts with ESPN, CBS and the start up Big10 network.


FSN and Altitude love the Pac-10 right now.



Those numbers are small in comparison. [link=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/stewart_mandel/07/24/tv-deals/index.html]Link[/link]

SEC
15 year deal with CBS is $825 million, or $55 million a season.
15 year deal with ESPN is $2.25 billion, or $150 million a season.

Pac10
5 year deal with ESPN/ABC is $125 million, or $25 mllion a season.
5 year deal with FSN is $97 million, or $19.4 million a season.

[link=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/stewart_mandel/07/24/sec-espn/index.html]The actual article written by Stewart Mandel.[/link]

You might as well call ESPN, SEC-ESPN this fall. SEC games will be all over ESPN's family of networks.


Thats why I'm saying they LOVE the Pac-10.
The Brewers will finish 90-72 and earn the #1 WC berth.

Carlos Gomez will have a 30/40 season (HR/SB) and win a 2nd Gold Glove en route to an All Star selection.
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Total business. TV deals, recruiting players so the team can win and have that generate more money for the school, crappy teams playing the top tier programs for money, etc. In fact there is very little difference between D1 College Football and the NFL. The only real differences are that players are paid in the NFL and are not educated about other crap in the NFL.
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