I totally agree with you..............most Pac 12 games could be viewed on tv prior to Larry Scott's big idea of creating a network.....Dish was quick to bite, which created animosity. Scott's campaign to "switch to Dish" didn't help the situation....think he was grasping at straw to meet the quotas. In the article "Pac-12 leads leagues in revenues; Larry Scott top-paid college commissioner by Steve Berkowitz, USA TODAY Sports 8:23 p.m. EDT May 21, 2015", the figures given are astronomical with payroll expenses doubling and network expenses tripling since 2011-12 as shown in comparison with the Big Ten. And Scott is crying for more money for the schools...............maybe an overhaul of compensation paid out should be done! Prior to AT&T taking over Directv, Scott referred to them as their "biggest partner"..............now that AT&T/DTV have turned the tables on him, will he once again start the "switch campaign"; AND, how will this affect the negotiations when the Uverse agreement comes up again?