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Unless 2-3 more ACC schools announce a move to the Big Ten (in the Spring/Summer), a positive transition will probably be impossible. Just look at the ACC withholding revenue to the Terps right now, and we're still more than a year away.
I don't feel good about the courts being in North Carolina too with the lawsuit and am thinking there's going to be some "home cookin". But at least Maryland counter-sued and maybe the parties can settle at about $20-$30 million (hopefully less).
This post was edited by OSU43081 14 months ago
I think you will like the fact that every school is treated equally in the B1G.
Very much so
"I like fixing broken things" - Kevin Plank
No, I will not like it if Penn State is treated equally.
Thrilled and excited about moving to the B1G. I'm an older guy who grew up on the great years of the ACC and the classic games, but I'm over this biased, good ol' boy, Bojangles conference. The move will be so good for us, on so many levels, not just athletics.
Can't wait to go to a game at the Horseshoe!
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