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ACC and Orange Bowl announce 12-year partnership beginning after 2014 season


The BCS eliminated automatic qualifiers with the creation of the new four-team playoff format, at least in name. On Tuesday, the ACC joined the SEC, Big 12, Pac-12, and Big Ten with a bowl agreement for their conference champion. The ACC and Orange Bowl Committee announced a 12-year agreement sending the conference champion to the Orange Bowl, which will be held on New Years Day at 1:00 p.m. beginning after the 2014 season. (CBS Sports)

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