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Nov
19
2012

Who should the ACC add as the 14th full member?

Maryland is history… It’ll be weird. I grew up with the Terps in the ACC, but this is modern landscape of college athletics… I admire the Terp fans who in large part openly opposed the move.

I would as well as a Clemson and Georgia Tech fan.

Ok the ACC can sit around feeling sorry for itself or it can get to the business of re-grouping. The Big 12 proved after losing 4 teams, that a conference can recover and recover quickly from losing a team.

There are other decent programs willing to come to the ACC.  As I’ve said before check with Notre Dame about joining fully, which of course they probably won’t, then move on to a replacement. Who should it be? I have to give credit to @mikebonfanti for any idea that I had to add. What if the ACC just invited 2 more teams (UCONN and Louisville) to get to 15 and wait on Notre Dame? Interesting certainly would be bold…

Looks like its time for a poll.


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  1. Hokie Mark says:

    If Notre Dame would agree to full membership – #1 choice!
    Since they probably won’t, the #2 choice HAS to be Louisville.
    Adding UConn will trigger the football powers to bolt.
    After Louisville, the next best choice is probably USF.

    1. Jfann says:

      I’m with you though I’d probably put UCONN above S Fla. Louisville is my first choice too.

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