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Louisville To ACC? PDF Print
Written by Staff Reports   
Wednesday, 28 November 2012 07:32

The ACC presidents and chancellors will participate in a 7 a.m. conference call this morning to vote on possible expansion candidates, according to ACCSports.com. David Glenn, founder of the ACC Sports

Journal and who can be heard on AM 1450, WATA daily from 1-3 p.m., wrote Tuesday night that Louisville is the school most likely to receive an invitation.
But according to Glenn, the vote on Wednesday could be exclusively about Louisville.
In 2014, Tulane is joining the Big East in all sports while East Carolina is a football-only add, per sources with direct knowledge of the situation. Should be finalized today. In larger scope, the Big East might need more than Tulane and East Carolina to flip a sizable TV contract.
It really needed BYU, and talks between both sides resurfaced in light of the playoff distribution model that doesn't favor BYU's independence. But a source with direct knowledge says despite progressive conversations, BYU has decided not to accept the Big East's latest invite.
Air Force doesn't have any plans to join the Big East at this time, according to a source. The Big Ten's poaching of Rutgers from the Big East has forced many schools to re-evaluate the Big East's TV viability.
BYU and the Big East were reportedly close on a deal year ago until the Cougars refused to relinquish television rights.

 

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