Thats a silly statement. Those conferences will never go that far. You MAY see an SEC network soon though.
there already is a Mountain West Network (but it is just regional today). The SEC is already talking about a network. The ACC and BE, especially with their national basketball appeal, would follow suit. And you don't think the P10 and B12 wouldn't also try the same thing?
that is from the conference perspective.
Now look at it from the network perspective.
Fox Sports is partnering with the B10 to form the BTN. A side effect is that there will be no B10 games on ESPN Full Court or ESPN Game Plan. If the SEC goes forward with their talk about starting a network, then those games drop off Full Court and Game Plan. So rather than risk continued loss of revenue from their subscription packages, Disney/ESPN goes on the offensive and parters with the some conferences to start networks. CBS/CSTV does the same thing with other conferences. Disney and CBS have the market strength to get national distribution of their conference networks if the model has been set by the B10.
Take what ever model the B10 and cable companies develop, and multiply it by six. Because that is the minimum that will happen. So figure out what it is worth to you to watch Indiana vs Indiana State, because that is what you will be paying for FIU-Miami and Villanova-LaSalle.