Not exactly, for one thing in addition to those PAC-12, Big 12, C-USA and Big East games, FS1 is going to have NASCAR, UFC, MLB, CONCACAF, UEFA and the World Cup. In this case though the providers have more leverage than FS1 does when it comes to cost. They don't have a deal with Dish, DirecTV, Time Warner, Charter, Optimum, FiOS, UVerse, Cox and many other providers. The only major provider they have a deal with is Comcast, the rest are mostly smaller providers like Blue Ridge, and even though Comcast is the biggest provider their presence in some of the largest markets are very small, in the largest market of NYC they're only available in some NJ suburbs, in the number 2 market, LA, they're basically non-existant. Right now FS1 needs the providers more than the providers need them just to pay the bills and make good on their promises to the leagues when it comes to distribution. However if it ever comes down to it, and DirecTV is the only hold out by the time the major events like the World Cup start, it would be a huge deal breaker across the country.