If CSU Rams want ESPN and FOX’s consideration, they don’t just need to win in soccer. They have to follow BYU, Cincinnati and UCF’s lead. Slay dragons. Take down giants.

What management void? College soccer already begin a commissioner, Kirk Herbstreit. He’s the chief of the membership that is made for you and me.

Now it is time to say goodbye to the Bruins and SC…

MIC…

SEC you actual quickly, Oklahoma!

KEY…

Why? Because they can.

“This comes down to rankings and income, finish of story,” analyst Brock Huard, a veteran of each FOX and ESPN, instructed me late final week. “‘Ratings and income’ are what’s driving (this).”

Mickey Mouse runs this present. And have you met his assistant commissioner? A man named Homer J. Simpson. Big fan of doughnuts. Donuts and Jim Harbaugh.

Disney and FOX are on the wheel of school soccer, wrestling for management, driving the cash practice till it hits one thing. The stuff that is come to cross during the last 13 months — Texas and the Sooners to the SEC, which has a $300-million-per-year pact with ESPN; USC and UCLA to the Big Ten, whose community is 61% owned by FOX — may solely spring from the thoughts of a cartoon character. Or a tv govt.

All of which raises just a few questions, if you happen to occur to be a CSU Rams fan who’s questioning precisely what number of chairs will probably be left as soon as the music stops once more.

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