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2 weeks ago on Sooners’ Stoops: What’s The Bottom Of The SEC Done?
@BruceMcF @AGator This thought has crossed my mind to. Although I still think UF wouldn't go anywhere without UGA.
3 months ago on Which Conference Will Win The Realignment War? It Depends On Your Definition Of “Win”
Will Muchamp may not want to hear that the loss to Louisville ruined the Gators’ season but he will. When your team comes into a game unmotivated and commits excessive penalties that is a Head Coach issue/concern.
How many times did we have to hear during the game that Driskel wasn't reading the defense and just throwing the ball where he planned to. That is either a OC problem or Driskel isn't the right QB.
There are still some issues at UF we need to fix.
4 months, 2 weeks ago on SEC Headlines - 1/4/13
I find the artcle LSU to the Big 12 very bizarre.
4 months, 4 weeks ago on SEC Headlines Christmas Day 2012
I saw a short article discussing over signing. Even though the SEC passed a rule for a max of 25, a team can go past 25 using a loophole that allows the additional recruits to sign early. Can you explain how the early signing process works and how it affects the overall scholarships?
5 months ago on MrSEC.com Commitment Comparator - 12/21/12
John these numbers don’t seem correct. or I am missing something “We’ve been told by an expert source on media rights from within the college sports industry that SEC schools will most likely bring in $30-35 million per year once the new Sugar Bowl partnership, college football playoff, SEC Network, and CBS and ESPN contract renegotiations are finalized. This past year, the average payout for the league’s schools was $20.1 million”.
- CBS and ESPN $20.1M
- TIER 3 $10M
- football playoff (would get anyway) $91M/14=$6.5M
- Sugar Bowl partnership (would get anyway) $40M/14=$2.85M
- Total $39.45M
I assume in the numbers provided to John that all schools roll their Tier 3 rights into the SEC network. Doesn’t sound like the SEC network is very lucrative.
5 months ago on Slive Talks SEC Network, Reveals Little
This is an interesting idea I have also been considering.
What if the SEC partnered with the departing Big East Catholic schools? Also, if they can retain the Big East name then the league has instant recognition. The SEC network would then have a presence in Chicago, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, New York, New Jersey, DC and Rhode Island. If this new conference were to add Dayton, Xavier and Butler then the Ohio and Indiana markets are included. Their men’s soccer and Lacrosse teams could enable the SEC to sanction these sports which would provide additional content for the network. With the assumption of adding UNC, Duke and UVA along with Georgetown the SEC could be a dominant men’s lacrosse league.
This could also be used a selling point to UNC, Duke and UVA for their Olympic sports. Providence, Villanova and Georgetown have woman’s field hockey so this arrangement would also provide a home for that sport.
With all above said, I think the Big East basketball would have to be a totally autonomous entity for basketball since the football integration is why they left the Big East. An agreement could be put in place for the Big East to play at least two SEC basketball games which would be shown on the SEC network.
This arrangement could allow these schools to make significantly more money than in the past while creating a win-win for both parties.
as usual your the best. Much thanks for the information you provide.
5 months ago on Big Bang Theories: The Countdown To Super-Conferences (Part 2)
We are talking Indiana here. Folks there go to family reunions to meet girls.
5 months ago on From “Catholics Vs Convicts” To “Catholics Vs Cousins”
I say prove yourself on the field. If Aggies win then good for them. I think the Aggies will be a force to deal with in the future.
6 months, 2 weeks ago on SEC Fans Have To Be Torn Over Bama-A&M Game
so, would the SEC be better served with an 8 team playoff?
6 months, 3 weeks ago on SEC Still Has Five Teams In BCS Top Eight; No League At More Risk With Move To Playoff