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FTM, Ep. 62: Conference posturing, NBA's impact on media deals & more
2 days ago by FollowTheMoney
On this episode of Follow The Money, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin, Jon Heidtke and host Andrew Monaco discuss the latest posturing among conferences following Brett Yormark's comments at Big 12 Media Days, the NBA's impact on media rights deals and much, much more.
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FTM, Ep. 50: Inside the economics of hiring & firing a major college football coach
7 mo ago by FollowTheMoney
On this episode of Follow The Money, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin, Jon Heidtke, and host Andrew Monaco dive into the economics of a major university firing and then subsequently hiring a new head football coach.
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FTM, Ep. 49: End of the SEC on CBS, direct-to-consumer streaming & more
8 mo ago by FollowTheMoney
On this episode of Follow The Money, we welcome our new host, the "Voice of the Aggies" Andrew Monaco, to the show as well as dive into the ramifications of the final season of the SEC on CBS, the future of direct-to-consumer streaming in college sports and much more.
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SEC Round-Up: League looks to remind nation of its on-going dominance
10 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Florida, LSU and South Carolina are all 0-1 after falling to their respective Week 1 ranked foes in embarrassing fashion. With strong appearances from Texas A&M, Alabama, Mississippi State and Ole Miss this Saturday, any worries of fading SEC dominance can be washed away.
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Around CFB: Attempting to rename the 14-member Big 12 Conference
10 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The ever-changing Big 12 Conference is currently a 14-team league, and despite losing Texas and Oklahoma after this year, it'll boast a membership of 16 in 2024. With the Big 12's landscape being a constantly moving target, perhaps it's time to rename the league.
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Saban dusts off crystal ball, detests NIL-created 'uneven playing field'
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
With questions still looming large over the future of college football, Alabama head coach Nick Saban told the media at the 2023 SEC Spring Meetings he originally foretold the unintended problems of NIL. With his statement raising eyebrows, "business" has been good in T-Town.
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Sankey, SEC announce eight-game conference schedule for 2024
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
On Thursday, the Southeastern Conference announced that the league has adopted an eight-game conference schedule when it expands to 16 teams in 2024. This eight-game format is expected to feature one permanent rival and a rotation of seven other SEC foes.
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Bjork says Texas A&M favors nine-game SEC scheduling format
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
As a decision draws near regarding the new SEC scheduling model, A&M AD Ross Bjork said during spring meetings he endorses the nine-game format over eight. If enacted, it would likely revive the A&M-Texas rivalry and include annual matchups with LSU and Mississippi State.
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Fisher prefers Texas as permanent rival as SEC weighs scheduling models
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
With discussions ramping up at the SEC Spring Meetings regarding the future implementation of an eight- or nine-game schedule, resuming the A&M-Texas series remains a possibility. Though Jimbo Fisher has no scheduling preference, he does prefer to restore the historic rivalry.
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Preserving rivalries vs. pursuing playoffs: SEC scheduling will favor one
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
In 2024, the SEC will implement a new scheduling format to accommodate all 16 teams. The question remains if the SEC will turn to a nine-game model that favors traditional rivalries or an eight-game schedule, which could provide an easier path to the College Football Playoff.
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SEC Round-Up: Lackluster slate highlights need for nine league games
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Across the Southeastern Conference this weekend, many teams are playing "tune-up" contests ahead of rivalry week. With teams like Austin Peay, ETSU and UMass on the schedule, this lackluster slate further proves why the SEC should move to a nine-game conference schedule.
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From Radio Row, Day 3: The commissioner of the SEC Greg Sankey
1 yr ago by David Nuño
Wednesday morning from Radio Row at SEC Media Days 2022 in Atlanta, GA, the commissioner of the Southeastern Conference Greg Sankey joined TexAgs Radio to discuss the current state of the conference.
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TV's Tom Hart previews Week One in the Southeastern Conference
2 yr ago by David Nuño
Are you ready for some football? TV's Tom Hart of ESPN and the SEC Network is. He joined Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio to share his thoughts on the top storylines from around the SEC and the pair games that he is calling.
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Pete Fiutak of College Football News on the latest with the CFB Alliance
2 yr ago by David Nuño
The Big Ten, ACC and Pac-12 are in the process of forming an alliance to combat the SEC's expansion as college football conference realignment is again on the horizon. Pete Fiutak of College Football News joined on Monday to discuss the latest regarding the alliance.
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Texas, Oklahoma accept SEC invites, to become members in July of 2025
2 yr ago by TexAgs
On Friday morning, the University of Texas and the University of Oklahoma each accepted invitations to join the Southeastern Conference. As it stands now, the Longhorns and Sooners will become official SEC members on July 1, 2025.
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SEC presidents vote unanimously to extend invitations to Texas, Oklahoma
2 yr ago by TexAgs
On Thursday afternoon, the presidents of all 14 member institutions of the Southeastern Conference voted unanimously to extend invitations for membership to the University of Texas and the University of Texas.
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Ask Liucci, Part 1: SEC expansion latest, how it impacts A&M & more
2 yr ago by Billy Liucci
The news cycle has been crazy as rumors and reports swirl regarding conference realignment as Oklahoma and Texas eye the Southeastern Conference. Billy Liucci answered another round of subscriber questions in this video edition of Ask Liucci.
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AP's Ralph Russo goes in-depth on Bowlsby's decision to go after ESPN
2 yr ago by David Nuño
Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby publicly went after ESPN for trying to undermine the league as Texas and Oklahoma look towards the SEC. The AP's Ralph Russo spoke to Bowlsby on Wednesday evening, and Russo joined TexAgs Radio to share his insight on the matter.
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College Sports: Follow The Money (Ep. 2 w/ Andy Staples)
2 yr ago by TexAgs
In Ep. 2 of College Sports: Follow The Money, Gabe Bock, former A&M president and Missouri Chancellor Dr. R. Bowen Loftin and longtime TV exec Jon Heidtke dive into the Texas-OU to the SEC story and get insight into the situation from The Athletic national writer Andy Staples.
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99 Thoughts with #99: Spencer Nealy pontificates on SEC expansion rumors
2 yr ago by David Nuño
He was on the field for the Aggies' last game in the Big 12 against Texas and its first game in the Southeastern Conference; former A&M DL Spencer Nealy joined Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio to share his thoughts on the latest rumors.
 
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