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Notre Dame confirms negotiations for Orange Bowl tie-in with ACC

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

No surprise there: ACC commissioner John Swofford suggested as much last month, when he more or less confirmed that Notre Dame was on the Orange Bowl's radar, and vice versa. For its part, the ACC re-upped on its own deal last week, promising to continue sending its champion to Miami through 2026, excepting years in which a) The Orange is tabbed as one of the semifinal sites in the forthcoming four-team playoff, or b) The ACC champion qualifies for the playoff at a different site, in which case the Orange Bowl will take the conference's runner-up. (CBS Sports)

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