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The Slow Death of Televised Sports Continues


It was a little over two years ago that I first voiced my opinion that we're in a college football bubble, and that the torrent of television money fueling it would collapse some day, leaving the sport in the lurch. Since then we've seen one football conference go under, a great deal of realignment, and a lot of renegotiated TV deals The money still gushes forth, and I keep writing about how ridiculous it is. (Tar Heel Blog)

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