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Did you guys see this tweet?
"Brett McMurphy @McMurphyESPN
Most likely. Also Notre Dame RT @TScaglione99: @McMurphyESPN does this accelerate Louisville's entrance into ACC? "
I guess this is just for olympic sports though.
This post was edited by vivitron73 16 months ago
Not just split, they are going to vote to dissolve the conference in order to avoid exit fees & refrain their NCAA credits. This is like the Metro v2.0
Prediction: The collapse of the Big East gives Pitt, Syracuse, Louisville, Cinci and UConn an opportunity to join the ACC as full members next year without paying an exit fee. Swofford will spin this as a good reason to excuse Maryland from its exit fee owed to the ACC just to get them out of the conference.
This post was edited by AJ Hokie 16 months ago
If he does that doesn't it open up the flood gates for other ACC members to leave (FSU,GT,etc...) ?
"It's not like this is over. Eventually, Connecticut and Cincinnati would be gone, too. So I think the opinion from our side is to just move on. And I think we're just tired of it. That's the bottom line. We're just tired of this because none of this is helping us." The issue seems so simple for them.
Man, talk about being left out in the cold if you're Cincy, USF, or UCONN. Whatever conference they join may have a footprint from California to Florida to Connecticut.
The "North" division might be playing Canadian rules football.
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