Good, let's get this thing in the courts. When we settle, the ACC can give the BE $5M from its Human Fund, we can get out of this league quicker as part of that settlement (along with SU and Pitt paying their $5M). Then each school who puts its name on the lawsuit can spend the rest of their athletic futures in mid-majorville, because no conference wants a part of any school that runs to the courts to resolve problems of their own creation.
This is what I was talking about in the BC AD backtrack thread. No individual Big East school is going to file a lawsuit, but the Big East could decide to sue ESPN based on the BC AD's dumb comments. However, the Big East needs to be careful and make sure they haven't illegally contacted FOX, NBC/Comcast Versus or Turner and violated the exclusivity that ESPN currently has. The reason for the threat of a lawsuit is to put pressure on ESPN not to lowball the Big East in negotiations. It would be smart to use this threat to get a larger deal than they could have if there was no reason to believe ESPN had anything to do with ACC's move.