According to The
That's the most of any conference.
But because the Big Ten is paying 12 schools and the
Forbes projected how much each conference would make through bowl games, the
But Big 12 schools also retain their third-tier broadcast rights – games that television rights holders turn down -- and are free to monetize them as they see fit, by selling games locally or forming networks (as
Of particular interest to Maryland, especially those disgruntled with the school’s decision to move to the Big Ten, is the
When Maryland announced its move in November, information leaked to
Thamel’s story says the ACC anticipated paying only $20 million in 2014, by which time both Pitt and
It's also possible that many of these numbers are … imprecise.
Besides, there are still many factors that will change the economic picture for college sports.