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I think the new TV deal is maybe 10yrs. The SEC network that is just starting is going to be a money generating giant. I would run over to the SEC for that in a second and the SEC will not wait forever for a school. You have to get to 16 fast.

Agreed, and the Big XII is not going to stay at ten teams forever.

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I see in about 3 yrs the SEC and Pac make their move. The Big 10 will be soon after. The ACC will be last to the watering hole. I don't know if the Big 12 survives.

As long as the Big XII has Texas and Oklahoma they'll be fine. However, it is important that the conference makes a move before the SEC or PAC12 like you mentioned above.

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I see in about 3 yrs the SEC and Pac make their move. The Big 10 will be soon after. The ACC will be last to the watering hole. I don't know if the Big 12 survives.

As long as the Big XII has Texas and Oklahoma they'll be fine. Texas has a sweetheart television deal in the Big XII that no other conference would put up with. So baring anything catastrophic they'll stay. However, it is important that the conference makes a move before the SEC or PAC12 like you mentioned above.

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As long as the Big XII has Texas and Oklahoma they'll be fine. Texas has a sweetheart television deal in the Big XII that no other conference would put up with. So baring anything catastrophic they'll stay. However, it is important that the conference makes a move before the SEC or PAC12 like you mentioned above.

Texas almost went to Pac a few yrs ago. They can be lured out.

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Texas almost went to Pac a few yrs ago. They can be lured out.

 

I pointed out the television deal that kept them in the Big XII. The Longhorn Network gives them additional revenue that other Big XII teams do not get. USC wasn't going to put up with that in the Pac-12. And no way the B1G and SEC Networks allow the Longhorns to maintain exclusive rights to their brand and still share in conference revenue. Even if they did, good luck convincing Alabama, LSU, Texas A&M, Auburn, Florida, SC and Georgia that Texas deserves more money than they do.

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