ACC keeps swinging, keeps missing
PINEHURST, N.C. -- Ever since the Atlantic Coast Conference expanded to 12 teams in 2005, it has aspired to be like the boss of the college football block, the Southeastern Conference.
Now it is.
With Georgia Tech placed on probation in July, North Carolina preparing for an October hearing with the Committee on Infractions and Miami suddenly engulfed in potential scandal, the ACC is on a scofflaw streak the SEC can respect. There is some serious outlaw street cred in the league ...
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