John Swofford to 'protect' ACC teams from FSU's title-game financial woes
Fri May 17, 2013
ACC commissioner John Swofford wants Florida State to be the last school in his conference to struggle with finances coming out of the ACC's football championship game. As part of a nearly 30-minute conversation with reporters Thursday morning at the conclusion of the ACC spring meetings, Swofford said he wanted to "protect" his member schools from experiencing the types of financial loses that FSU saw in December.
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