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Sports Business Journal's John Ourand reported that ESPN will no longer televise the Big Ten's football and basketball games when their current deal expires in 2023. Per The Spun...
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While FOX has already reached an agreement to continue with the Big Ten's "A" package, CBS and NBC are nearing deals to pick up media rights. It appears the former is preparing to pay the conference a significant sum.

According to The New York Post's Andrew Marchand, CBS is expected to pay around $350 million per year to air the 3:30 p.m. ET football games on Saturday.
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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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So does cbs have a sec night game every week?
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Nope. ESPN/ABC outbid them for SEC rights.
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Ahhh. Big Ten football at 3:30…zzzzzz
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Michigan-Ohio State not airing at 12 noon will anger the traditionalists
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Michigan-Ohio State will air at noon on Fox. The CBS deal is for the second-best game every week. Fox has already bought the top game.

"While FOX has already reached an agreement to continue with the Big Ten's "A" package, CBS and NBC are nearing deals to pick up media rights."
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