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Final Four Coverage Could Move To Cable As Soon As Next Year
Published March 12, 2013
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Both networks released a statement to THE DAILY last night that said, "As part of the original 14-year deal, there was a provisional option for rotation of the Final Four and National Championship to begin in 2014. There is currently no time timetable for a decision." Sources said no money or other assets are changing hands as part of these negotiations. It is not known why the two networks are considering making the move.