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CFP and major bowl payouts by conference, 2019
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RE: CFP and major bowl payouts by conference, 2019
(01-21-2020 01:05 PM)quo vadis Wrote:  
(01-21-2020 12:52 PM)JRsec Wrote:  This is a good microcosm of the differences between the P5 conferences. Divide the SEC and Big 10 numbers by 15 and you have a rough number for the per team share in both conferences. Do the same by 13 for the PAC and by 11 for the Big 12 and by 15 for the ACC and compare them.

My understanding of the ACC/ND agreement is that ND does not share in the base ACC CFP revenue. In years where they play in the ACC bowl hierarchy, like this past year, they do share in the ACC bowl pool money, but they have a separate contractually-defined CFP amount, which right now is about $3.2m.

Share #15 doesn't go to ND. If ND got a share, JR would have said divide by 16. Share #15 goes to the ACC office.
01-22-2020 10:34 AM
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