An expanding pipeline

  • Updated: January 19, 2013 - 9:27 PM

AN EXPANDING PIPELINE

A look at the revenues for the Big Ten Conference and the University of Minnesota before and after the creation of the Big Ten Network, which was launched in August 2007. The network, owned jointly by the Big Ten Conference and Fox TV, provides comprehensive Big Ten sports coverage and this year is airing 900 events.

BIG TEN MONEY TO U

2000: $7.1 million

2002: $8.9 million

2004: $10.7 million

2006: $10.7 million

2008: $18.8 million

2011: $22.9 million

BIG TEN TOTAL REVENUE

2000: $85.1 million

2002: $104.6 million

2004: $124.7 million

2006: $126.9 million

2008: $217.7 million

2011: $265 million

Source: Big Ten Conference
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Los Angeles - LP: P. Maholm 7 FINAL
Pittsburgh - WP: V. Worley 12
San Francisco 5 Bottom 9th Inning
Philadelphia 5
Texas 0 Top 12th Inning
NY Yankees 0
Boston - LP: J. Peavy 3 FINAL
Toronto - WP: J. Happ 7
Miami - WP: J. Turner 6 FINAL
Atlanta - LP: M. Minor 5
San Diego - LP: E. Stults 0 FINAL
Chicago Cubs - WP: K. Hendricks 6
Cincinnati 3 Bottom 8th Inning
Milwaukee 3
Cleveland 4 Bottom 8th Inning
Minnesota 2
Kansas City 5 Bottom 7th Inning
Chicago WSox 1
Tampa Bay 6 Bottom 7th Inning
St. Louis 2
Washington 4 Bottom 6th Inning
Colorado 4
Detroit 2 Bottom 4th Inning
Arizona 2
Houston 0 Top 3rd Inning
Oakland 0
Baltimore 0 Top 3rd Inning
LA Angels 0
NY Mets 2 Bottom 2nd Inning
Seattle 0
Calgary 7/24/14 8:00 PM
Edmonton
Winnipeg 7/25/14 9:00 PM
Brt Columbia
Ottawa 7/26/14 6:00 PM
Hamilton
Toronto 7/26/14 9:00 PM
Saskatchewan
Tulsa 93 FINAL
San Antonio 95
Atlanta 108 FINAL
Minnesota 112
Indiana 57 FINAL
Chicago 60
Phoenix 34 2nd Qtr 6:37
Seattle 23

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