Filing Friday, the Big 12 announced its TV deal with ESPN.
That’s a big deal for the league as it moves into its second season.
Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby said ESPN’s deal will be for a total of $5.2 billion.
The Big Ten is also working to expand its footprint and the network will have access to the Big Ten Network, a network that currently is available only to ESPN.
The networks are part of the same $20 billion deal for sports rights that took effect in 2019.
As for the other networks, ESPN will have exclusive access to every Big 12 school and will get exclusive rights to the conference’s football, women’s and men’s basketball, and men and women’s soccer.
This is a huge win for ESPN.
They will have all the Big 10 network and the Big East Network, and they will get access to all of the Big South networks as well.
ESPN and the NFL both have a lot to gain from this deal.
It’s a great way for both sides to build on what has been a successful relationship.
The league has not yet announced how much it will make from the deal, but it could be as high as $5 billion per year.
For the NFL, this deal has been an investment in the future of the league.
The league is looking at how it can best serve the fans and the game in the coming years.
It’s a good way to leverage that partnership.
In the long term, this could be a huge boon for the NFL as it seeks to expand beyond its current footprint.
The NFL and the league’s parent, NBCUniversal, have had a long relationship.
ESPN has had exclusive rights for the Big Eight for decades, and the rights to Big Ten football were part of NBC’s network package.
Now that the Big Twelve is a member, it will have a great relationship with ESPN and it will be able to expand the league with ESPN’s new rights.
While ESPN will gain access to its networks, it doesn’t guarantee that they will be exclusive.
It could choose to air more Big Ten games or more Big 12 games, but that’s a long-term plan for the network.
And it may not get all of those games.
If a Big Ten team has a bye week, for example, ESPN could show a game from the Big 11 but could not air that game because it’s a Big 12 game.
ESPN also could not show Big 12 football because the league has a bowl schedule.
As the Big12 expands to include multiple teams, the league will need to work with ESPN to find new ways to get football games to fans.
And this deal with the Big Nine, which includes Alabama, is one of those ways.
When the Big Blue network goes live, ESPN and ESPN Deportes will also have access, which means that ESPN will be a major partner in bringing new fans to the networks.
ESPN has always been the home for college football and now that it’s getting a new home in the Big Leagues, it has an opportunity to really do that.