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Comparing The ACC's TV Deal To The Other Five BCS Conferences

Comparing the ACC's TV deal to the other five BCS conferences. We can't exactly claim poverty here, but ...

Is The ACC's Next TV Deal Enough To Stave Off Defections?

Did the ACC’s new television deal do enough to shore up the conference's current 12 members, or is SEC/Big Ten money still too good if those conferences makes the call to an ACC school?

The ACC's New TV Deal: Winners and Losers

Keeping track of the winners and losers from the new ACC TV deal.

ESPN Reaches TV Deal With ACC

ESPN outbids Fox for the broadcast rights to ACC football and basketball. The deal is reportedly worth $155 million a year for 12 years, or roughly $1.86 billion. The deal would go into effect for the 2011-12 season. Your initial thoughts?

Ballparking The ACC's Next TV Deal

With the ACC's contract with ESPN expiring at the end of next season, a new TV broadcast rights announcement could come as early as this week. What type of dollar figure should ACC programs be expecting for their new TV deal?

Bourbon Shots: 2010 ACC Tournament Edition

The ACC blogosphere previews the 2010 ACC Tournament.

More Proof The ACC Needs a New TV Deal

The next two years will take a very, very long time.

The ACC & TV - How To Catch Up to the SEC

The SEC's new TV deal was ground-breaking and problem-causing. How can the ACC respond?

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