By Brandon Marcello, 247Sports: Florida State wants more money to remain competitive alongside the big dogs in the Big Ten and SEC — and last week administrators willingly aired the ACC’s laundry to spark conversations about its apparent plight.
The revenue gap is growing, FSU athletics director Michael Alford warned his board of trustees last week, and unless the ACC restructures its revenue sharing into a weighted system favoring football powers like FSU and Clemson, the Seminoles’ future on college football’s big stage looks bleak.
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The landscape is changing for linear and streaming platforms, and as expenses increase for universities, the value of live sports continues to skyrocket yearly. TV is the only revenue stream that never seems to dry up.
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