ACC, Maryland headed for mediation

April, 28, 2014
Apr 28
The court battle between the ACC and Maryland got a push toward a settlement this week when a mediator was appointed to oversee discussions, the Washington Post reported.

Both sides filed lawsuits against one another after Maryland announced in 2012 it was leaving the ACC for the Big Ten. The Terps officially join their new league this July. At issue is payment of a $52 million exit fee.

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