Archive for September 21st, 2011

ACC: Rich get richer with Syracuse – Washington Times

September 21, 2011
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ACC: Rich get richer with Syracuse – Washington Times

Washington TimesACC: Rich get richer with SyracuseWashington TimesThe infusion of two quality basketball programs is difficult to miss. After the two major revenue generators at most schools, Starsia was a bit startled at the next topic of discussion. ...

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On the move to the ACC: SU into the unknown – Utica Observer Dispatch (blog)

September 21, 2011
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On the move to the ACC: SU into the unknown – Utica Observer Dispatch (blog)

al.comOn the move to the ACC: SU into the unknownUtica Observer Dispatch (blog)You're going to a great basketball league that is maybe – the ACC has won five national championships the last dozen years, the Big East has won four - a shade better ...

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Football kills Big East hoops tradition – ESPN

September 21, 2011
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Football kills Big East hoops tradition – ESPN

Los Angeles TimesFootball kills Big East hoops traditionESPNHe expects the schools left will continue to be successful in basketball. You know why Notre Dame might prefer the ACC, even though it lives amongst like Big Ten institutions? You think Notre ...

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NCAA conference shifts threaten proud rivalries and traditions – MassLive.com

September 21, 2011
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NCAA conference shifts threaten proud rivalries and traditions – MassLive.com

CBSSports.comNCAA conference shifts threaten proud rivalries and traditionsMassLive.comThey'll be jumping to the ACC. That move will of course create some great matchups involving Duke, North Carolina, Maryland, Wake Forest and other ACC schools. I...

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ACC Expansion Predictions for 2014 – Bleacher Report

September 21, 2011
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ACC Expansion Predictions for 2014 – Bleacher Report

Bleacher ReportACC Expansion Predictions for 2014Bleacher Report8--Swofford begins his introductory remarks to the media revealing the ACC will hold the 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 ACC Basketball Tournament in the newly renovated Under Armour Madison Squ...

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Rutgers Controls New York City – Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician

September 21, 2011
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Rutgers Controls New York CityTroy Nunes is an Absolute MagicianAll day, every day; it's like they don't have invisible jobs to go to with all the college basketball and football they watch. Big Ten, ACC, Big East . . . it doesn't matter. T...

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Big East Realignment as Compared to “The Godfather” – Lost Lettermen

September 21, 2011
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Big East Realignment as Compared to "The Godfather"Lost LettermenHe's now seeing the league he spent so much time building into the nation's most powerful basketball conference stare demise straight in the face as talk of four “supe...

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Ex-Pittsburgh assistant: Move to ACC will have ‘zero effect’ – Yahoo! Sports (blog)

September 21, 2011
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Ex-Pittsburgh assistant: Move to ACC will have 'zero effect'Yahoo! Sports (blog)The reason some have suggested Pittsburgh's basketball program could suffer in the ACC is because the school's recruiting base has traditionally mirrored th...

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A move worthy of ACClaim: A Look at ACC Expansion – The Key Play (blog)

September 21, 2011
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A move worthy of ACClaim: A Look at ACC Expansion – The Key Play (blog)

Journal InquirerA move worthy of ACClaim: A Look at ACC ExpansionThe Key Play (blog)West Virginia has good basketball and football programs, but their academics and a couple of ACC schools, VT included, is held against them. Texas had flirted with the ...

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FSU Negotiated Down The ACC’s New Exit Fee – MrSEC

September 21, 2011
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FSU Negotiated Down The ACC’s New Exit Fee – MrSEC

Nation of BlueFSU Negotiated Down The ACC's New Exit FeeMrSECAlso, the ACC just added two more basketball-first schools. FSU could look at that and realize that it needs to be in a football-first conference. Or it could look at that and realize tha...

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