Here's what ESPN pays for most of their sports rights

COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF

$608.33 million per year for 12 years. Total: 7.3 billion.

MLB

$700 million per year for 8 years. Total: $5.6 billion.

MLS

$38 million per year for 8 years. Total: $304 million.

NBA

$1.4 billion per year for 9 years. Total: $12.6 billion.

NFL

$1.9 billion for 8 years. Total: $15.2 billion.

U.S. Open Tennis

$75 million for 11 years. Total: $825 million.

Wimbledon

$40 million per year for 12 years. Total: $480 million.

WNBA

$25 million per year for 9 years. Total: $225 million.

American Athletic Conference

$18 million per year for 7 years: Total: $126 million.

Atlantic Coast Conference

$240 million per year for 20 years: Total: $4.8 billion.

Big 12 Conference

$100 million per year for 13 years. Total: $1.3 billion.

Big Ten Conference

$100 million per year for 10 years. Total: $1 billion.

Mid-American Conference

$8 million per year for 13 years: Total: $104 million.

Pac-12 Conference

$125 million per year for 12 years: Total: $1.5 billion.

Southeastern Conference

$300 million per year for 20 years: Total: $6 billion.

Fortunately for ESPN, they are getting $7.21 from every cable subscriber each month, making it the most expensive cable network on television.

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