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FILE - This Feb. 5, 2010, file photo shows Big Ten Network college basketball commentators Dave Revsine, left, Jim Jackson, center, and Steve Smith preparing for the network's basketball show in Chicago. The Big Ten Network introduced itself to skeptics in 2007, and its earliest programming did little to ease that skepticism. But three years later the not-so-little cable network is delivering tens of millions of dollars to the conference it exists to serve, and it is clearly the model for _ and some might say the envy of _ big-time college sports around the country. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File)
Photo by: Charles Rex Arbogast
FILE - This Feb. 5, 2010, file photo shows Big Ten Network college basketball commentators Dave Revsine, left, Jim Jackson, center, and Steve Smith preparing for the network's basketball show in Chicago. The Big Ten Network introduced itself to skeptics in 2007, and its earliest programming did little to ease that skepticism. But three years later the not-so-little cable network is delivering tens of millions of dollars to the conference it exists to serve, and it is clearly the model for _ and some might say the envy of _ big-time college sports around the country. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File)

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