One of the more interesting television rights deals in sports in recent memory may have another twist to it, according to Clay Travis of Outkick the Coverage.

The SEC on CBS package, reportedly switching hands to ABC/ESPN as CBS was out of the running, a deal termed as “likely” by the Sports Business Journal, may change before the contract expires in 2023.

Travis reported the deal was close to $400 million per year for the 3:30 p.m. ET Saturday game. It would air on ABC. He termed it a “monster” deal for Disney investing that much money into the SEC. It’s equally a big loss for CBS, which reportedly had the deal previously for $55 million per year. The audience is unmatched, as the LSU-Alabama game this season drew about 16 million viewers, he said.

“Credit to Disney/ABC/ESPN for getting this rights package done,” Travis said. “This is a monster win for them that locks up the SEC for years and years to come. And it gets them the preeminent rights package in the entirety of college football.”

Travis said the CBS-SEC relationship went down hill when CBS didn’t re-negotiate the agreement when Missouri and Texas A&M joined the league in 2012.

While the CBS contract has years remaining, Travis said there are negotiations underway to switch the marquee game to ABC/ESPN ahead of 2023. He added that there could be tweaks to the coverage, such as a simulcast, and possibly a lead-in to the Game of the Week. Value could be added with a lead-in noon game, which doesn’t exist on the current SEC on CBS schedule.

“Right now it’s an island in the CBS television contract,” Travis said.

Finally, Travis added that ABC/ESPN should negotiate for right to the SEC on CBS jingle, which he said is nearly as iconic as the Masters theme.