Vote: The future of the ACC


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From Heather Dinich of ESPN:

Prediction: The ACC will keep its current membership and stay content to add Syracuse and Pittsburgh as early as 2013. The biggest changes to the league will come in the postseason, where commissioner John Swofford has a chance to boost the ACC’s bowl tie-ins. The ACC with ditch the Big East and find a way to partner with Notre Dame or a conference that will be more appealing to fans and bring the conference more revenue.

That’s just a guess, plain and simple.

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