huh its nice to see that other teams fans are interested to see what LaMichael has to say in his Heisman speach
05-03-2011 06:39 PM
Awesome news. I like this part: "League will have its own network and a digital channel like ESPN3."
05-05-2011 02:05 AM
In what can only be described as a banner day for the Pac-12 Conference, commissioner Larry Scott continued taking bold steps to heighten the national status of the conference with two announcements Wednesday in Phoenix.
The first, that the Pac-12 brought longtime sports TV progamming competitors ESPN and FOX together for a broadcasting rights deal that extends and expands the conference's partnerships with two giants of the industry. The second, that a new media company, Pac-12 Media Enterprises, will be comprised of a Pac-12 TV network, the Pac-12 Digital Network and Pac-12 Properties.
In other words, more outlets and ways to see a ton of Pac-12 games (including Olympic sports) and other conference-related programming. While Scott didn't confirm the reported 12-year, $2.7 billion deal with ESPN and FOX to carry the best football and basketball games of those networks' choice, he was only too happy to trumpet the soon-to-be exposure/saturation of the Pac-12 nationwide.