Pac-12 not yet awash in TV cash

John Canzano, the inimitable columnist for The Oregonian, has been chatting with some Pac-12 athletic directors, and while they aren’t pleading poverty, they do want fans to know that the conference’s broadcasting partners — ESPN, Fox and the Pac-12 Network — aren’t yet printing money for their departments.

That $21 or so million windfall that was so celebrated? Well, it’s not all gravy. At least not yet.
… two conference athletic directors told me this week that most fans misunderstand how much new money is being infused.

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