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RE: Reports out of missouri saying JMU and MSU recieved invite
(04-12-2014 09:42 AM)ark30inf Wrote:  I would want to see hard numbers of what sort of revenue we could be guaranteed to get out of it. I don't know that they would be that impressive.

I don't rule it out, but until I see some huge benefit for having one I'm going to remain very skeptical.

Benson wanting a special event to oversee isn't enough for me.

I'd guess the SBC could expect to see ESPN (or whomever) to pay between $250,000 - $500,000 for the TV rights for the SBC Football Championship game.

$20,000 - $40,000 per school. Not a ton, but it is something and more importantly Benson mentioned how that is one more big exposure opportunity for the conference that adds value. In addition, it seems as though Appalachian State might have been promised an eastern travel partner when they joined based on how much Benson stresses it.
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