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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by PSU12, May 15, 2019.
I still don’t follow. Can you explain it to me like I’m five?
I just did.
It’s not landing. Maybe try rewording it or giving more detail?
The next TV rights deal for the SEC might as well be held at Fort Knox so all of our new gold will be safe.
The previous commissioner took a lighter amount on our last tv deal because he felt it was more important to get CBS on board to increase the SEC’s exposure. This is similar to a lot of tech companies that focus more on user growth than profit growth. And this strategy has worked for the SEC as we are the most popular and strongest conference by far in college football. Look how much bragging other schools do when they beat an SEC school. It doesn’t matter who it is...”we beat Vandy!!!” Nobody ever brags about beating a Big 12, Big 10 or ACC school. It’s just not exciting and it’s not much of an accomplishment with rare exception.
I think our new tv deal is up in 2022. Expect the flood gates to open at that time for the SEC.
Everyone in the SEC disappoints on the field outside of Bama (pre-Tua)
I've seen you brag about almost beating an ACC school
Lol what exactly do you think the meaning of the "SEC! SEC!" chant is, pal?
“It’s just not exciting and it’s not much of an accomplishment with rare exception.”
I can’t hear you from way up here on the top of the mountain. Please speak up.
The Big Ten split its rights between Fox and ABC/ESPN, but that 6 year agreement expires in 2023.
Both the SEC and Pac 12 have agreements which expire in 2024. Those are the next two contracts up to negotiate.
Basically, the Big Ten’s current 6 year deal will keep it ahead of every other conference until it expires. Then, the Big Ten will be the first conference to negotiate a new deal.
Feels good to be very rich
Good day at the street corner?
Can't afford to pay the players.
Yes thank you for asking
I’m gettin paid, that’s all I got to say.