For the last 2-3 years we’ve heard that an ACC Network is in discussion with ESPN. We’ve posted on this topic several times here on this blog giving periodic updates when when any noteworthy information was released. I firmly believe an ACC Network is coming, but there hasn’t been official announcement. Until that happens there is still a remote chance that an ACC network or another conference revenue generator doesn’t come to fruition. Then what?
As we look ahead to the 2015 college football season, one thing is abundantly clear, there is more balance across the country in college football that at anytime in the last 10 years. SEC fans may bristle at the notion, but the rest of the country has caught up to SEC in football. Does that mean the SEC isn’t still the best top to bottom football conference in america? It may very well be. Only the Pac 12 is as good across the board.
Multiple times this summer, Rick Pitino has spoken openly about his desire to use his final available scholarship to add one more player to his 2015-16 roster. On this afternoon's edition of Ramsey & Rutherford, however, Pitino said that wish has changed.
In the last week, the most significant ACC news was definitely Virginia coming through and winning the College Baseball Title. The 1955 curse/titleless drought is over thanks to the Hoos. The ACC will win more College Baseball titles, but the 2015 Virginia Cavaliers will always be known as the team that ended the streak. Congratulations again to their fans and their team. We certainly must check in on their bloggers this week.
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