A bit quietly, the ACC push for a network continues, with the primary issue being Raycom's rights and the subsequent sublicensing to Fox. Jeremy Fowler of CBSSports.com breaks it down pretty well. As we've said before though, as cordcutting accelerates, we're not sure a cable network is the best long-term thinking.
And the best-laid plans and all of that: rather audaciously, Texas built a one-school network. The consequences so far: the loss of their greatest rivalry game, practices televised for opposing teams to view and games that may be seen by just 10 million people.
There is no incentive for anyone of note to schedule Texas on the Longhorn Network.