ESPN: Louisville To ACC

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If you haven’t heard the news yet, according to ESPN the ACC presidents are set to vote today to admit LOUISVILLE to the conference – as opposed to that other school in the northeast where Geno Auriemma works.

According to the report, the ACC figures it can afford now to wait until someone else leaves its fold before moving on UConn (or anyone else).

Oh boy.

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3 thoughts on “ESPN: Louisville To ACC

  1. Villiage Idiot

    Just think the ACC is going to change it’s name from the Atlantic Coast Conf to ” The Big Atlantic Coast Conf East.
    Or the ATlantic 16.
    There is a point where any conference is too big to be workable. The 16 teams in the BE were 4 teams beyond really workable.

  2. Conor

    A dark day in the state of Connecticut as we have effectively ushered in a new era where Connecticut sports will struggle for relevancy. In the past 48 hours we have recreated conference USA right here in our own backyard, a conference filled with cast offs like East Carolina (the only professional athlete who ever attended this University i believe is Chris Johnson and his gold toothed grill), SMU (a school that has failed to return from the backpages of the sports realm since they were slammed by the NCAA death penalty in the 80s) and the list goes on and on.

    Something about the realignment is unsettling as we now know that the memories of the Big East tournament at MSG with the likes of Ewing, Mullen, Ray Allen, Iverson, Carmelo will never be seen again. Instead we’ll settle for early February show-downs between Temple and Tulane.

    Our only hope lies in the hands of Florida State and/or Virginia Tech who will hopefully seek greener pastures in the SEC and grab the allure (and $) that they’ll seek.

  3. Uconn fan

    I think its payback time from the ACC to the Uconn’s Men’s and Womens Basketball program and coaches? What say U?

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