By Jessie Karangu, Barrett Sports Media: Over the past couple of months, we’ve kind of gotten the lay of the land for how rights negotiations for some leagues and conferences are going to go or deals have already been set in place.
Everyone on both sides of the table starts jockeying for their own respective perspective and eventually, some leaks come out that set the ground floor for everyone’s future. That is unless you’re the Pac-12, and in this case, The CW.
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According to Variety, it is the 25th most-watched television network. You may not watch it but somebody is.
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