Weighing the pros and cons of the ACC's expansion candidates to replace Big Ten-bound Maryland.
The ACC and the Big Ten are the only conferences left with division names that don't make any sense. So once you settle on a 14th program, Commissioner, it's time to rename these divisions.
According to a report, the ACC is leaning heavily towards adding a 14th all-sports member to replace Maryland. Connecticut and Louisville are rumored to be the favorites, but the league is also in talks with South Florida and Cincinnati.
On Monday, the University of Maryland Board of Regents voted unanimously to join the Big Ten as the conference's 13th member.
According to a report in today's New York Daily News, should Maryland leave the ACC for the Big Ten, the conference could reload with non-football members St. John's and Georgetown.
With Boston College A.D. Gene DeFilippo set to retire on September 30, UConn football fans are quick to throw out the possibility of a "Good for New England" game. Time to bury the hatchet?
You don't know me, successor to Boston College athletic director Gene DeFilippo, but you just accepted my dream job. The least you could do is read this letter.