ACC presidents approve grant of rights


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From ESPN:

ACC presidents have approved a grant of media rights for the league through 2026-27, sources told ESPN’s Brett McMurphy.

The move essentially solidifies the future of the ACC, which has been the subject of rampant speculation regarding member schools as targets for other leagues in future conference realignment.

The grant of rights guarantees if a school leaves for another league in the 14-year window, that school’s media rights -- including revenue -- for all home games would remain with the ACC and not its new conference.

"That ends expansion right there," a source told McMurphy.

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