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Could The Pac-12 Basketball Tournament Move From Staples Center? It's Possible. - SB Nation Bay Area

Avinash Kunnath of SB Nation Bay Area describes yet another not-so-fringe benefit of the Pac-10's new television agreement: broadcast rights for the Pac-12 tournament. That might be especially significant for women's basketball: the combination of early tip-offs and absurdly sparse crowds almost makes the tournament a ceremonial waste of time. That might be especially true for a team like USC this year whose Pac-10 tournament loss sealed a trip to the WNIT. One coach at the Final Four this year even said that there are some who quietly think the Pac-10 should eliminate the tournament altogether, but moving it around would also be a reasonable step forward.

A Closer Look At The Pac-12 Network's Impact On Women's Basketball & Big East Negotiations

While the focus of the new Pac-12 television contract will be on the $3 billion dollar figure for the primary television contract, the Pac-12 network is the underrated aspect of the deal that should excite women's college basketball fans the most.

Five women’s basketball games, including the Championship game of the Pac-12 women’s basketball...

Five women’s basketball games, including the Championship game of the Pac-12 women’s basketball tournament, plus 10 more Olympic sports events, on the ESPN family of networks. The Pac-12 Network will exclusively feature approximately another 200 live Olympic sports telecasts across 30 men’s and women’s sports annually.

From Pac-12 football and basketball: Details on the new TV deal | College Hotline. The deal also gives the conference autonomy in managing sponsorship & licensing rights for the men's and women's basketball tournaments. Also of note: the deal will make Colorado richer in their move from the Big 12 to the Pac-12 and Utah considerably richer in their move from the Mountain West Conference. Click here for more on what this means for women's basketball.

The conference, which becomes the Pac-12 on July 1, has agreed to a deal with Fox and ESPN to carry...

The conference, which becomes the Pac-12 on July 1, has agreed to a deal with Fox and ESPN to carry football, men's basketball and women's and Olympic sports. Games will be shown on Fox, ABC, FX, Fox Sports Net, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, according to the New York Times.

From Pac-10 finalizes media deal with Fox, ESPN - San Jose Mercury News. San Jose Mercury News reporter Jon Wilner has more details on his blog. Few details at this point on how women's basketball will be handled, but linking with ESPN is a good sign.

[Update] Pac-10 Set To Announce New TV Deal On Wednesday

The Pac-10 will announce their new TV deal on Wednesday according to reports, a deal that will completely turn the conference upside down.

Addicted To Quack And CougCenter Podcast: Pac-10 TV Contract Edition

Addicted To Quack and CougCenter talk about the Pac-10 television contract and the future TV negotiations. We also discuss why this weekend's Oregon-WSU game won't be on TV.

PAC-10 TV CONTRACT: FSN/FCS Scheduling Provides Unintentional Humor/Frustration

A displaced Coug fan's rant on FSN and the Pac-10 TV contract. #WSU

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