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Assessing ACC's latest tax filings and record 2013-14 revenue


The ACC last week released its 2012-13 tax return and, in a welcome change of policy, also revealed its revenue for fiscal 2013-14. But subsequent media accounts and comparisons to other conferences created some confusion. So let’s hit some key points and attempt to enlighten, first from 2012-13, the league’s last year with 12 schools. (The Daily Press)

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