This one is very believable.
The SEC and ESPN formally announced the launching of the SEC Network, and it could once again raise the bar for other conferences in media rights money.
ESPN and the SEC certainly didn't undersell their vision for the new network. Now the hard part begins.
Tons of business stuff accompanied the announcement, but here's the basic breakdown of what the new channel means for fans.
Mike Slive opened Pandora's Box, and now everyone's talking about cost of attendance and a potential split of Division I. Of course, Jon has thoughts.
It's looking more and more like the SEC might have to go with a nine-game conference schedule. If it makes one, it should do without divisions.