Big 12 agrees to deal with ESPN for rights on football championship game

The Associated Press - April 11, 2019 10:27 am

The Associated Press

The Big 12 has agreed to a deal with ESPN that gives the network rights to all football championship game through 2024 and makes the league the first Power Five conference to provide exclusive content to ESPN+.

Sports Business Journal Daily first reported the network will pay the conference about $40 million from 2019-24.

 

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