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March 15, 2021

ACC drops intraconference transfer rule. Is the SEC next?

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 12:30pm March 15, 2021 3/15/21

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This morning, the ACC Board of Directors voted unanimously to drop its intraconference transfer rule, which required student-athletes to sit out one year if they were transferring from one league school to another. Could the SEC be next? The NCAA continues to move towards a one-time transfer rule that would allow players to be eligible…

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October 1, 2020

ACC coaches vote to wear polo shirts instead of suits

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 2:30pm October 1, 2020 10/1/20

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Even basketball coaches don’t want to go back to normal clothes in 2020. According to Les Johns, Wake Forest head coach Steve Forbes said today that ACC coaches have voted to wear polo shirts at games this year instead of suits. With limited or no fans in the stands, I guess there are fewer people…

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September 12, 2020

ACC rearranges schedule as COVID-19 hits Virginia Tech

Nick Roush 12:00pm September 12, 2020 9/12/20

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College football scheduling is easily mocked for scheduling non-conference games almost 20 years in advance. The ACC is showing that all of that time is unnecessary, quickly acting with just a week’s notice to rearrange multiple games on the Sept. 19 slate. Virginia and Virginia Tech were scheduled to kickoff the season next weekend on…

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August 10, 2020

SEC reportedly courting ACC, Big 12 teams to play this fall

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 9:38am August 10, 2020 8/10/20

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It’s been a wild few days for decision makers in college football, and this morning, there’s a report that the SEC is reaching out to other leagues to try to salvage the fall season. On his show today, Dan Patrick cited a source that said the SEC is courting teams from the ACC and Big…

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July 22, 2020

Peach Bowl president behind proposal to keep one non-conference game on shortened schedule

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 2:00pm July 22, 2020 7/22/20

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As conferences consider a variety of scenarios for the 2020 college football season, one man is determined to preserve non-conference rivalries like the Governor’s Cup. In the wake of the Big 10 and Pac-12 moving to conference-only schedules, Gary Stoken, president and CEO of the Peach Bowl, proposed the “plus one” schedule to the commissioners…

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July 10, 2020

ACC will make decision on fall sports in late July

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 4:00pm July 10, 2020 7/10/20 Comments Disabled

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Yesterday, there were reports that the ACC would follow the Big Ten’s lead and move to a conference-only schedule for the 2020 season. That may still happen, but today, ACC Commissioner John Swofford issued a release saying that the conference’s final decision on fall sports won’t come until late July. “The health and safety of…

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July 9, 2020

Governor’s Cup will stay in Lexington as ACC is expected to play conference-only games in 2020

Nick Roush 4:30pm July 9, 2020 7/9/20

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The Governor’s Cup will stay in Lexington for another year. Shortly after the Big 10 officially announced it intends to play only conference football games in 2020, reports surfaced that the ACC will follow suit to ensure safety during the coronavirus pandemic. Brett McMurphy reports the ACC will add Notre Dame into the fold. ACC…

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ACC Olympic Sports Delayed until at least Sept. 1

Nick Roush 1:00pm July 9, 2020 7/9/20

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A day after the Ivy League delayed any athletic activities until Jan. 1 of 2021, a Power Five conference is making moves, just a little less drastic. The ACC announced Thursday morning that all fall Olympic sports will not participate in competitions until at least Sept. 1. This ruling applies to men’s and women’s cross…

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March 12, 2020

ACC suspends all athletic activities, including participation in the NCAA Tournament

Jack Pilgrim 3:20pm March 12, 2020 3/12/20

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Just minutes after Duke announced it had suspended all athletic competition for the foreseeable future, the entire Atlantic Coast Conference has followed suit. Moving forward, the ACC will not participate in any athletic related activities, including NCAA championships. “The Atlantic Coast Conference has suspended all athletic related activities including all competition, formal and organized practice,…

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