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Is that per team or total? They were making 35-40 million per team with the last one so that would seem about right without USC/UCLA? If that’s the total payout holy cow.
 
Sep 12, 2013
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Seems low to me, but our own media deal with ESPN and FOX paid out $22 million this last year (21/22). The additional $20 million came from CFB playoffs ($8 million for New Years Day 6 bowl games), bowl games, NCAA tournament, etc. So this might not be too far off for the real value post USCLA.
 
Sep 12, 2013
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When looking for the breakdown of the conference payout I found this, https://sicem365.com/s/10447/the-new-big-12s-revenue-potential-six-additions-instead-of-four#:~:text=Lump sum payouts to the league for the,CFP distributed $78.3 million to the Big 12. Which has a good breakdown, however... the numbers are not adding up.

"The chart below reflects the 2020-2021 athletic year payouts for all revenue streams to programs within the Big 12." and it lists the total as $47.2 million plus $7.83 million from the CFB Playoffs and additional monies from bowl games not including the Sugar (as they are already in the 47.2 million). That puts the payout above $55 million per school and when you take out 10% for the conference, that leaves around a $50 million payout. But, it was reported the payout was $42.6 million.

Anyone have any idea where the approximately $8 million went?
 
Sep 12, 2013
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Mandel definitely slants towards Pac 12 bias. So take those numbers with a grain of salt. His numbers are definitely in the minority when it comes to reporting.
Mandel was also very vocal about shutting down college football in 2020, which aligned with the pac 12's position. He's a pac 12 reporter.
 
Aug 7, 2006
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OK probably a dumb question, but does this foreshadow a dramatic cut for the Big 12? Sorry, I don't keep up with these sorts of things much.
We don't really know what will happen, but we are fortunate in that our contract is up when CBS and NBC are going to be looking for more content. We lost two big brands, but didn't lose any of our footprint... The PAC lost the majority of their market with SC and UCLA leaving. We added to our footprint with Utah, Ohio and Florida. Plus our conference from top to bottom is much, much better than the PAC.
 

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Nov 16, 2013
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Stewie is definetly up on that PAC-12 pony on this deal. It's going to force Washington and Oregon to come to us. The Utes and the Zonas might ought to be in that conversation.
 
Oct 16, 2003
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Its all about time zones. Pac-12 only offers 2. The "new" Bg-12 offers 3. Adding Org/Wash would add the 4th. That would put us on par with the Big-10 and ahead of the SEC.

We need to "go west" to maximize the next Big-12 media deal.
 
Aug 31, 2004
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We don't really know what will happen, but we are fortunate in that our contract is up when CBS and NBC are going to be looking for more content. We lost two big brands, but didn't lose any of our footprint... The PAC lost the majority of their market with SC and UCLA leaving. We added to our footprint with Utah, Ohio and Florida. Plus our conference from top to bottom is much, much better than the PAC.
I look forward to seeing what Yormark can do for us. I trust that he will come up with a plan to greatly enhance our revenue streams.