The Big 12 and Southeastern Conference have agreed to a 12-year deal with ESPN for the rights to the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans.
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The Big 12 has reached an agreement with ESPN and Fox Sports on a 13-year contract reportedly worth $2.6 billion to televise football and men’s basketball through 2024-25.
In my opinion, Skip has had a pretty healthy track record of saying some pretty ignorant, asinine statements. And, in true Bayless fashion, he continues to do so.
Somewhere along the line, Josh Hamilton, one of the most feared hitters in baseball and a man of faith, has become Major League Baseball’s version of Tim Tebow.
Big 12 presidents have verbally agreed to a lucrative new media rights agreement. The deal is expected to be worth a combined $2.6 billion with ESPN and FOX.
There is no sporting event on TV like The Masters. Its grandeur and class exceeds most other sporting events with very few exceptions.
The NCAA women’s basketball championship game has drawn its highest television rating since 2004.
A new poll shows Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst and Ted Cruz as frontrunners for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Kay Bailey Hutchison.
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At least one team won’t be in the running for Randy Moss — the same team that said “thanks, but no thanks” to him in the 1998 NFL Draft.