Where things stand with Big Ten expansion

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By Zach Barnett With up to $1.5 billion per year in TV rights coming their way soon, the Big Ten has reportedly decided how many ways it wants to split that fortune. With the season rapidly approaching, the next major domino to fall in college football is not the outcome of the Oregon-Georgia Week 1 game, the Texas-Alabama game in Week 2, or any other on-field contest. It’s the particulars of the coming Big Ten TV deal. On Thursday, Front Office Sportsreported the Big Ten expects to top $1.5 billion per year with its next set of TV contracts. Fox is already heavily involved in the negotiations…

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