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No ruling in ACC’s motion for dismissal of Maryland lawsuit


The latest development in the University of Maryland’s legal saga against the ACC will take time to reach its conclusion. On Thursday afternoon, Prince George’s County Circuit Court Judge John P. Davey heard arguments from Maryland and the ACC concerning the school’s lawsuit against the conference. The ACC is seeking to get the lawsuit dismissed. (Washington Post)

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