Thursday, May 23, 2013
Talkin' Terps and the ACC
By Heather Dinich
Maryland and the ACC are in court right now presenting their cases to a judge, who will try to determine if the lawsuit will be tried in North Carolina or Maryland.
Colleague Ivan Maisel and I tried to figure this out for you in the latest ESPNU College Football Podcast.
A spokesman for the Maryland attorney general's office told me the hearing is expected to last about three to four hours, there are no witnesses, and that it's possible the judge may rule from the bench. It's also possible there is no ruling at all today.
Maryland president Wallace Loh, athletic director Kevin Anderson, and University System of Maryland Chancellor Brit Kirwin will all be in attendance this afternoon, but they are not going to comment publicly. Stay tuned.