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ACC football coaches support staying at 8 league games

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Though league scheduling was not a major topic on the spring meetings agenda, ACC coaches unanimously support an eight-game conference slate. And they told the athletic directors as much. The ACC scaled back from a nine-game league slate to an eight-game league slate last October after Notre Dame entered into a football scheduling partnership with the schools as part of their membership in all other sports. (ESPN.com)

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