Agree, but if consolidation is happening among the power conferences, being on the outside looking in is not a good thing.There may actually be short term benefits for us. It’s not unrealistic that teams like Navy and Temple end up independent and help our potential independent scheduling challenges.
World love to see B1G and SEC pick apart the ACC.I want to see the old BE teams that deserted get hung out to dry...BC, Cuse and Pitt specifically.
This is so much crap. 1.5 shares still doesn't get close to matching SEC revenue.MH3@MH3
Don’t sleep on the effort by TX legislature to block the move to SEC. word from the other Texas schools is that it’s a race to see who can get ink on paper first. Legislation could really become a thorn for the Longhorns. Hearing OU is going with or without TX.
WVU is not one of the schools pushing for unequal revenue shares to keep TX and OU. That is coming from TT, KSU, TCU, and Baylor.
Texas is apparently agreeing to stay if they can receive the 1.5 revenue share (appx $56 million per year). Vote would have to be unanimous. OU I’m not sure about. TX afraid their move to SEC may get politically blocked. Also don’t want to have to forfeit LHN
Fox network getting involved now. Possibly opening up the pocketbook. I don’t know for sure-only that there have been a lot of talks to today with television execs between many of the presidents.
USC and UCLA have been vocal about lack of revenue in the PAC12 vs other P5 conferences like B1G and the SEC. There were rumors USC exploring indy option vs. staying in the PAC-12.