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[> [> [> Subject: Re: Penn- Notre Dame 1953
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Date Posted: 19:48:44 11/18/21 Thu
After researching the Penn TV deal, it nearly costed them NCAA membership. NCAA was concerned it will give them a unfair advantage and it would hurt ticket sales for non- televised games. As a result, the Ivy started to publicly disassociate themselves from Penn. The original Ivy group pact made little sense to me it was more of a auxiliary association like ECAC than a actual conference. Had Pennsylvania not rebelled against the NCAAâ€™s TV restrictions the Ivy League wouldnâ€™t be what it is today. Pennâ€™s trailblazing tv deal influenced tv in college sports and conference revenue sharing . Their original tv deal included revenue sharing with their opponents.For better or worse Pennsylvaniaâ€™s TV scheme laid the foundation for creating the 1-A and 1-AA split.
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