As the ACC continues to negotiate the brave new world of college athletics, it is seeking a way to keep up with the SEC, which recently underscored the immense power of their football product by signing massive, historic TV contracts. How to respond?
Well, perhaps by having the ACC, the Big 12 and the PAC-10 negotiate together with the goal of having one channel for whoever goes along.
Interesting idea. One of the things that stinks about the Big Ten Network is that it repeats stuff and broadcasts some pretty boring crap, frankly. This would be an interesting way to counter the SEC and to set an interesting new standard.
While we understand football is in many ways the driving force, you'd have to think that somewhere the Big East has the demographics to barge into the conversation.