sport news Ohio State's C.J. Stroud wants Big 10 TV revenues 'shared' after record ... trends now

sport news Ohio State's C.J. Stroud wants Big 10 TV revenues 'shared' after record ... trends now
sport news Ohio State's C.J. Stroud wants Big 10 TV revenues 'shared' after record ... trends now

sport news Ohio State's C.J. Stroud wants Big 10 TV revenues 'shared' after record ... trends now

Where's OUR cut? Ohio State QB C.J. Stroud wants to have Big Ten TV revenues 'shared' after the conference signed a record deal worth over $7bn - but student-athletes get none of it! The deal signed Thursday would give each school $1 billion per year until 2030 It sets up an NFL-esque TV schedule on Saturdays between Fox, CBS & NBC  Stroud and other student-athletes believe they should get cuts of revenues 

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One of the largest TV rights deals in college athletics history was signed Thursday and a star in the conference wants the wealth distributed among the players.

Ohio State QB C.J. Stroud thinks a portion of the money given to the Big Ten Conference in its new media rights deal should be shared with the players.

Yesterday, the Big 10 announced they signed a deal with NBC, Fox, and CBS worth $7 billion and going into effect next season creating an NFL-esque TV schedule on Saturdays.

Each school will be getting a cut of around $1 billion per year under this new agreement in what is the richest deal for a college athletic conference in history.

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