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FSU also doesn’t compare well to Wake. Or Jacksonville State, lol. It’s one thing to be FCS. It’s another to be P5 and lose to FCS.
 
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Wake would have liked to win three National Football Championships...or win the ACC in basketball and football.

You...

1...seem fixated on putting Nova in an FBS football conversation...to me, laughable.
2...somehow think that your smack about FSU relates to Villanova in FBS.

It is what it is....Nova is more of a Gonzaga than it is a Wake Forest.
 
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It’s enough! You live in a glass house. Hold your stones.
 
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Here’s more, major private programs with less than 10,000 undergrad
Boston College 9,100
TCU 8,700
Northwestern 8,400
Notre Dame 8,400
(vs Villanova @ 7,100)
Stanford 6,900
Vanderbilt 6,800
Duke 6,400
Wake Forest 4,100

You may also consider the service academies.
Wake added an engineering school. Up to 5,400 undergrads. Your point still holds though.
 

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The last big question is will C-USA stay at 9 or go to 10 or 12.
 
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I think the most interesting point in that article was that Texas and Oklahoma make up 75% of the Big 12's football TV ratings.
 
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I think the most interesting point in that article was that Texas and Oklahoma make up 75% of the Big 12's football TV ratings.
And there are still people in this board that think the new B12 is gonna get more than $20 million/school in their new TV deal. They'll be lucky to hit $15 million
 
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And there are still people in this board that think the new B12 is gonna get more than $20 million/school in their new TV deal. They'll be lucky to hit $15 million
The Big 12 will be just fine. BYU + Cincinnati will negate some of the loss of OU and Texas. Cincinnati has averaged 1.47M viewers this year and BYU is just below that. Remember TV viewers are greatly skewed by channels, no OU and Texas means more other teams games on FOX and ABC instead of FS1 and ESPN2 and ESPNU which get far fewer viewers.

They will likely take a small haircut, but it's still going to be vastly ahead of the G5. Also, the Big 12 is gaining inventory (12 teams vs 10 teams.) Who knows what the specific payout will be, but it will be at least double the old AAC deal of around 7M.
 
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The Big 12 will be just fine. BYU + Cincinnati will negate some of the loss of OU and Texas. Cincinnati has averaged 1.47M viewers this year and BYU is just below that. Remember TV viewers are greatly skewed by channels, no OU and Texas means more other teams games on FOX and ABC instead of FS1 and ESPN2 and ESPNU which get far fewer viewers.

They will likely take a small haircut, but it's still going to be vastly ahead of the G5. Also, the Big 12 is gaining inventory (12 teams vs 10 teams.) Who knows what the specific payout will be, but it will be at least double the old AAC deal of around 7M.
I bet they'll have a huge huge drop.
 
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The Big 12 will be just fine. BYU + Cincinnati will negate some of the loss of OU and Texas. Cincinnati has averaged 1.47M viewers this year and BYU is just below that. Remember TV viewers are greatly skewed by channels, no OU and Texas means more other teams games on FOX and ABC instead of FS1 and ESPN2 and ESPNU which get far fewer viewers.

They will likely take a small haircut, but it's still going to be vastly ahead of the G5. Also, the Big 12 is gaining inventory (12 teams vs 10 teams.) Who knows what the specific payout will be, but it will be at least double the old AAC deal of around 7M.
Comparing Cincinnati and byu to OU and Texas is like comparing night and day. 5 million per team per year is not a small haircut it’s substantial. I also thing the extra teams may hurt them and not help them, more slices of the pie won’t be a good thing.
 

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