Ohhhhhhh you mean the one where we have to jump in a delorean and time travel a decade to see any sort of real payoff once it FINALLY ramps up??? Ohhhhhhhhhhh.
Just saying, this is straight from the article you linked. LOLOLOLOL are you really serious?
Though the ACC’s new TV rights deal represents a significant upgrade from the contract that went into effect less than 12 months ago, the ACC is still behind other conferences when it comes to television dollars.
Once Pitt and Syracuse become official members of the ACC, each of the league’s 14 teams will receive $17.1 million in TV revenue from the conference.
The Big 12’s 10 schools will reportedly receive slightly less than $20 million annually from agreements with Fox Sports and ESPN. The Pac-12, meanwhile, last year agreed to contracts with Fox Sports and ESPN that will reportedly pay its member schools $21 million per year.
In the Southeastern Conference, its 12 members have been receiving approximately $17 million in TV revenue from the league. The SEC is expected to restructure its TV contracts with the addition of Missouri and Texas A&M.