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RE: Wouldn't the SEC Network be 2nd tier?(nm)

Posted on: November 8, 2018 at 08:26:24 CT
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I thought it was essentially pooled 3rd tier rights?

Like CBS owns 1st tier rights, then ESPN networks are 2nd (e.g., ESPN, deuce)
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     Once the Longhorn Network contract runs up or - tgr MU - 11/8 09:58:33
          Texas will move. - catbirdseat MU - 11/8 10:25:55
     No, we should be embarassed about signing a mid major - catbirdseat MU - 11/8 09:27:40
          RE: No, we should be embarassed about signing a mid major - SenecaTinsley ISU - 11/8 19:01:48
     Geez not even ESPN3?(nm) - Erwin Fletcher STL - 11/8 09:20:00
     Just for clarification. It has no TV options?(nm) - DiggerPhelps STL - 11/8 09:13:21
          CycloneTV - doughboy MU - 11/8 10:02:02
     RE: The Big 12 should be embarassed with the tv options for - slamduncan KC - 11/8 07:50:56
          Wouldn't the SEC Network be 2nd tier?(nm) - TheWildcat MU - 11/8 08:19:10
               RE: Wouldn't the SEC Network be 2nd tier?(nm) - slamduncan KC - 11/8 08:26:24
                    I thought 3rd tier meant the school owned network(nm) - TheWildcat MU - 11/8 08:35:11
                    The only things 3rd tier about the SEC are Florida jorts, - lqf2b8 MU - 11/8 08:29:05
     Don't believe the Big 12 possesses the - FIJItiger MU - 11/8 07:45:38
          Lol(nm) - TheWildcat MU - 11/8 08:18:42




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