Now if only fsu advocating ancalloment different than equal shares they should leave now. Acc culture is all for one and one for all. So is the sec and big 10. If fsu is in the conference for just fsu fine leave. Acc don't share their values. Also the analysis Does not account markets. Tv networks do. Having the ny Boston and dc market better than tallahasee
Good facts, but too small of a sampling. I would think that the networks look at more than one years data. The Big XII almost imploded with the top teams for themselves. Looks like some of the FSU folks would fit right in.
The data shows $0.55 and $0.49 per view for football and basketball, respectively. There is not much different between football and basketball money. However, per Boston College AD Gene DiFilippo on ACC last expansion, "you don't get extra money for basketball, It's 85 percent football money. This was football. It had nothing to do with basketball.”
You said it. 2011 data only. That makes the analysis fundamentally flawed, especially when you're talking about 10+ year TV deals. Sample size is way, way too small to be remotely valid. It only has the appearance of validity because it spits out value numbers within the confines of an already existing contract; therefore, the end results appear valid.
I only skimmed his work, but without far more data points, this analysis has no meaning. I would think you'd have to go back 10 years and then weight the most recent 5 years of data to really make a case.
I have a strong feeling Wake and BC would still suck. Nobody watches them. Nobody cares. BC was a bad acquisition, no doubt. The fact that BC has played in the ACCCG only means that BC occupied a spot by a school that might actually send fans to the game.
BC and Wake are the reason FSU can't get paid. Take away those two schools, and the average ACC payout is about right. They bring no money, no fans, empty seats, blah games. Dead weight, but we'll never be rid of them.
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