Pinstripe Bowl, ACC agree to deal
Mon Jun 24, 2013
The Pinstripe Bowl and the ACC have agreed to a six-year deal in which the ACC will annually play the Big Ten starting in 2014, sources said Monday. Last month, the bowl announced an eight-year partnership with the Big Ten for the game played at Yankee Stadium. ACC commissioner John Swofford, Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner and team president Randy Levine are expected to attend a Tuesday news conference at Yankee Stadium to announce the deal, sources said.
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