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RustShack 09-17-2021 05:22 PM

I really hope Iowa State and Kansas get invited to the B1G in the next few years. I can’t wait to play Iowa at the end of the season instead.

Mizzou_8541 09-17-2021 06:08 PM

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Originally Posted by lawrenceRaider (Post 15837185)
Delusional MU fans are the best.

Lol! Enjoy your numerous level 5 violations. Thank god for KState being the flagship institution in the state of Kansas. True leadership and a real AD there.

KChiefs1 09-22-2021 03:27 PM

https://twitter.com/daniellibit/stat...541762048?s=21

https://www.sportico.com/leagues/col...1234640251/amp

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If money is power in college sports, then the Southeastern Conference was making its case for intercollegiate supremacy long before its recent poaching of Texas and Oklahoma.

The Birmingham, Ala.-based nonprofit has, over the last 15 years, steadily closed the annual revenue gap with the Indianapolis-headquartered NCAA. In the early 2000s, the SEC earned roughly a quarter of what the NCAA brought in, but in recent years the conference has pocketed almost two-thirds of NCAA revenue totals.

For the tax year between July 2018 and August 2019, the SEC generated $720 million, compared with the $1.12 billion in revenue claimed by the NCAA. The trend line has long suggested that the SEC would eventually overtake the NCAA (and the Big Ten) as the biggest-earning college sports organization in America.

Even before it gained its two Big 12 defectors, the SEC’s new TV deal with ESPN would alone have likely launched it into the NCAA’s 10-figure club by 2024. All this, despite the SEC having far less overhead and fewer liabilities. Last tax year, for example, the SEC employed a workforce less than 10% as large as the NCAA’s; the SEC has also avoided having to pay the mountainous legal and settlement fees that have eaten away at the association’s nest egg.

On the other side of the ledger, the SEC has found a far more diversified stream of revenue. Whereas the NCAA floats its enterprise on the broadcast rights to March Madness, the SEC has, in addition to its TV and radio deals, made steady gains in postseason event revenue and other opportunities. For the 2019 tax year, the SEC earned $210 million in postseason events, compared to just $89 million in 2010.

It’s perhaps no wonder why NCAA president Mark Emmert has recently endorsed the idea of college sports decentralizing and the association ceding much of its governing authority to conferences. He’s been earning about the same in annual compensation as SEC commissioner Greg Sankey—whose job creates far fewer headaches.

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RustShack 09-22-2021 05:33 PM

It would be cool if college football was like any other sport at any level where it had a real governing body and it wasn’t just up to the individual conferences. Like it should be the P5 under one banner. Similar to how the NFL gets paid out of media rights. Sure, you should make more for the more premium slots.

I just hope college football doesn’t collapse after it’s definitely peaked already.

Prison Bitch 09-22-2021 07:15 PM

Lol. If retards keep tuning in to see the same few teams dominate and one of them win the title every year, there’s no incentive to improve the sport

lawrenceRaider 09-23-2021 05:02 AM

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Originally Posted by Mizzou_8541 (Post 15838341)
Lol! Enjoy your numerous level 5 violations. Thank god for KState being the flagship institution in the state of Kansas. True leadership and a real AD there.

Proving my point. Thanks

Eleazar 09-23-2021 06:17 AM

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Originally Posted by RustShack (Post 15849483)
It would be cool if college football was like any other sport at any level where it had a real governing body and it wasn’t just up to the individual conferences. Like it should be the P5 under one banner. Similar to how the NFL gets paid out of media rights. Sure, you should make more for the more premium slots.

I just hope college football doesn’t collapse after it’s definitely peaked already.

P4

Bearcat 09-23-2021 10:25 AM

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Originally Posted by Eleazar (Post 15849857)
P4

P2.5
Alabama
Clemson
Ohio State (.5)

sedated 09-23-2021 10:29 AM

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Originally Posted by Prison Bitch (Post 15849575)
Lol. If retards keep tuning in to see the same few teams dominate and one of them win the title every year, there’s no incentive to improve the sport

I've heard a bit of that theory, that it will become a regional sport and people outside the hot beds will stop caring. An interview with someone from the NE made it seem pretty clear that people up there already don't give a shit about college football.

lawrenceRaider 09-23-2021 10:29 AM

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Originally Posted by Bearcat (Post 15850103)
P2.5
Alabama
Clemson
Ohio State (.5)

Pretty much the truth.

lawrenceRaider 09-23-2021 10:32 AM

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Originally Posted by sedated (Post 15850106)
I've heard a bit of that theory, that it will become a regional sport and people outside the hot beds will stop caring. An interview with someone from the NE made it seem pretty clear that people up there already don't give a shit about college football.

College football is dull as hell these days. I used to watch it all day Saturdays. Whoever was on, I'd watch. I'd watch all the pregame shows as well.

I might watch a few minutes here and there now. but it just doesn't interest me any longer.

Superturtle 09-24-2021 04:31 PM

Jesus Christ shit is bad at Rutgers.

https://rutgersaaup.org/wp-content/u...-Athletics.pdf

Eleazar 09-24-2021 08:41 PM

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Originally Posted by lawrenceRaider (Post 15850111)
College football is dull as hell these days. I used to watch it all day Saturdays. Whoever was on, I'd watch. I'd watch all the pregame shows as well.

I might watch a few minutes here and there now. but it just doesn't interest me any longer.

I agree with that. Competitive balance is an issue and the general interesting-ness of college FB across the country seems to be down.

TribalElder 09-24-2021 08:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Prison Bitch (Post 15849575)
Lol. If retards keep tuning in to see the same few teams dominate and one of them win the title every year, there’s no incentive to improve the sport

people watch KU play hoops in the Big whateverthe**** still

Prison Bitch 09-25-2021 02:24 PM

2 years ago Kansas football blew out B.C. on the road 48-24


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