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FSU Lawsuit Will Likely End the ACC





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So I copied and pasted the first few words of my data that I made up, posted it on Google, and came up with this in about 2.5 seconds.

The first non B1G/SEC school is Clemson, and they'll likely end up in one of those two.

Stanford is next but mostly because of academic standing which has nothing to do with viewership.

Okl St came in at 24th on viewership but that's with OU and TX in their conference. Losing those two and adding powerhouses like Cincy is going to help. Their viewership will drop substantially.
 
The first non B1G/SEC school is Clemson, and they'll likely end up in one of those two.

Stanford is next but mostly because of academic standing which has nothing to do with viewership.

Okl St came in at 24th on viewership but that's with OU and TX in their conference. Losing those two and adding powerhouses like Cincy is going to help. Their viewership will drop substantially.

Viewership is about who is on the networks. If ABC wants to run Nebraska Kearney vs. NWMO State on national network primetime, it will have more viewers than NU-Iowa on FS1.

If the networks want to run only the Big 10 and SEC, that's certainly their prerogative.

But I get that you think it's just the Big 10 and SEC. I can make an argument for that, too. But the question of whether or not there is a national audience for 30 college teams. I have my doubts, or FOX and ESPN wouldn't have signed a 7-year deal with the lowly Big 12, that represented a 20 percent INCREASE after Texas and OU left. The only reason to do that is because the networks feel there is an audience for the Big 12 sufficient to make money on. The networks are not charitable foundations.

Schools such as OSU and K-State have been getting by with comparative sofa change for decades. In fact, they are awash with cash compared to 20 years ago. It isn't anything new. Will either ever win the NC? Nope. And neither will anyone else not named Texas, A&M, tOSU, Michigan, and two or three others, except for a once-in-a-generation deal where all of the stars line up just right for someone.
 
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Viewership is about who is on the networks. If ABC wants to run Nebraska Kearney vs. NWMO State on national network primetime, it will have more viewers than NU-Iowa on FS1.

If the networks want to run only the Big 10 and SEC, that's certainly their prerogative.

But I get that you think it's just the Big 10 and SEC. I can make an argument for that, too. But the question of whether or not there is a national audience for 30 college teams. I have my doubts, or FOX and ESPN wouldn't have signed a 7-year deal with the lowly Big 12, that represented a 20 percent INCREASE after Texas and OU left. The only reason to do that is because the networks feel there is an audience for the Big 12 sufficient to make money on. The networks are not charitable foundations.

Schools such as OSU and K-State have been getting by with comparative sofa change for decades. In fact, they are awash with cash compared to 20 years ago. It isn't anything new. Will either ever win the NC? Nope. And neither will anyone else not named Texas, A&M, tOSU, Michigan, and two or three others, except for a once-in-a-generation deal where all of the stars line up just right for someone.
Not true on those games but regardless, who do you think is going to be on ABC? not ok state. The media slots will all be filled by the big10 and sec. Big12 might get some fs1 or other lower tier stations but they aren't going to be on prime tv most weeks.
 



Not true on those games but regardless, who do you think is going to be on ABC? not ok state. The media slots will all be filled by the big10 and sec. Big12 might get some fs1 or other lower tier stations but they aren't going to be on prime tv most weeks.
loud and clear man, I gotcha. Go Big Red.
 
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No ones denying big twelve market/audience, but if I'm advertising on ABC and they throw me to a smaller market, its time for lawyers, period

Advertisers negotiate their campaigns 6 months to 1 year in advance. There are no surprises.

Media agrees to these payouts based on actuarial analysis of future viewership and projected advertising sales. It’s a really high stakes game. I spent 23 years in healthcare marketing.
 
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