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New playoff payout (fyi)

poiuyter

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In 2014, the first year of the new system, the total revenue would be less than $400 million; in 2025, the last year, the revenue would be well over $600 million.

The five so-called "power" conferences – the ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-12 and SEC – will split approximately 71.5 percent of the annual revenue, after expenses and other payouts. Although it's difficult to estimate because of the escalating contract, on average that figure could approach $250 million a year. The "Group of Five" conferences – Big East, Conference USA, Mid-American, Mountain West and Sun Belt – will split 27 percent, which could approach $95 million annually.

Notre Dame will receive slightly less than 1 percent of the annual revenue (about $3.5 million). The remaining FBS independents will split 0.5 percent.

The figure does not include revenue the power conferences would receive from contracts with the Rose, Sugar and Orange Bowls. The Big Ten and Pac-12, for example, will split $80 million annually from the Rose Bowl. The SEC and Big 12 will receive the same amount from the Sugar. The ACC will get approximately $27.5 million from its deal with the Orange.

In addition to the annual revenue split, conferences will receive $6 million per team participating in the semifinals, and $4 million per team participating in the so-called "host" bowls, the person said. Notre Dame will receive the same amount if it reaches the playoffs or plays in a "host" bowl. There's no additional payout for advancing to the championship game.

There's also no additional payout for conferences participating in the "contract" bowls (Rose, Sugar and Orange), though as ESPN reported, the SEC and Big Ten would receive approximately $27.5 million for playing in the Orange Bowl. Notre Dame also would receive a substantial, though unknown payout for playing in the Orange.

In the current BCS system, the leagues known as non-automatic qualifiers split approximately 9 percent of total revenue, or 18 percent when a non-AQ team participates in a BCS bowl.

How the Group of Five distributes its slice of the revenue in the new system hasn't been settled. Preliminary discussions have begun, according to the person with knowledge, but there are indications it could be a difficult negotiation. In the current plan, the non-AQ leagues have divided the revenue into equal shares and then rewarded for performance, including cumulative BCS ranking.

The highest-ranked team from the Group of Five, as determined by the playoff selection committee, is guaranteed a slot in one of the three "host" bowls (those won't be determined until next spring, though conventional wisdom is the slots will be filled by the Fiesta, Cotton and Chick-fil-A).

So the non-aq schools if divided equally would be 1.5 million. I read a cap of 1 million with the rest being given on performance.

Adding more schools would shrink the guaranteed payout.
 
poiuyter said:
Do not know if this was posted.

In 2014, the first year of the new system, the total revenue would be less than $400 million; in 2025, the last year, the revenue would be well over $600 million.

The five so-called "power" conferences – the ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-12 and SEC – will split approximately 71.5 percent of the annual revenue, after expenses and other payouts. Although it's difficult to estimate because of the escalating contract, on average that figure could approach $250 million a year. The "Group of Five" conferences – Big East, Conference USA, Mid-American, Mountain West and Sun Belt – will split 27 percent, which could approach $95 million annually.

Notre Dame will receive slightly less than 1 percent of the annual revenue (about $3.5 million). The remaining FBS independents will split 0.5 percent.

The figure does not include revenue the power conferences would receive from contracts with the Rose, Sugar and Orange Bowls. The Big Ten and Pac-12, for example, will split $80 million annually from the Rose Bowl. The SEC and Big 12 will receive the same amount from the Sugar. The ACC will get approximately $27.5 million from its deal with the Orange.

In addition to the annual revenue split, conferences will receive $6 million per team participating in the semifinals, and $4 million per team participating in the so-called "host" bowls, the person said. Notre Dame will receive the same amount if it reaches the playoffs or plays in a "host" bowl. There's no additional payout for advancing to the championship game.

There's also no additional payout for conferences participating in the "contract" bowls (Rose, Sugar and Orange), though as ESPN reported, the SEC and Big Ten would receive approximately $27.5 million for playing in the Orange Bowl. Notre Dame also would receive a substantial, though unknown payout for playing in the Orange.

In the current BCS system, the leagues known as non-automatic qualifiers split approximately 9 percent of total revenue, or 18 percent when a non-AQ team participates in a BCS bowl.

How the Group of Five distributes its slice of the revenue in the new system hasn't been settled. Preliminary discussions have begun, according to the person with knowledge, but there are indications it could be a difficult negotiation. In the current plan, the non-AQ leagues have divided the revenue into equal shares and then rewarded for performance, including cumulative BCS ranking.

The highest-ranked team from the Group of Five, as determined by the playoff selection committee, is guaranteed a slot in one of the three "host" bowls (those won't be determined until next spring, though conventional wisdom is the slots will be filled by the Fiesta, Cotton and Chick-fil-A).

So the non-aq schools if divided equally would be 1.5 million. I read a cap of 1 million with the rest being given on performance.

Adding more schools would shrink the guaranteed payout.

:shock::shock::shock:

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