Maryland is out, and Louisville is in.
Upgrade? The ACC seems to think it could be.
Like it or not, this was a necessary move for the ACC, as Maryland is leaving for the Big Ten in 2014, and the ACC had to find an answer quickly to help reassure current league members of stability.
But will this move win the people's choice award? Cincinnati and Connecticut also made a case to join the ACC, but Louisville won the popular vote among ACC presidents, who unanimously voted on Wednesday to make Louisville the league's newest member.
Now it's time to cast your vote.
Was this a good move for the ACC?