ESPN Reaches Deal to Retain Big East TV Rights

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ESPN Reaches Deal to Retain Big East TV Rights
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The Big East has reached a television deal to keep its games televised on ESPN, subject to Big East board approval, the conference announced Saturday. Earlier this week, league sources told ESPN's Brett McMurphy that the Big East and ESPN were finalizing a seven-year media rights deal worth $130 million through the 2019-20 school year.

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