By David Hale and Andrea Adelson, ESPN: Amid increasing uproar over the league’s future, the ACC appears to be nearing a new agreement on revenue distribution that could offer some budget relief for top programs.
The league’s athletic directors left a second day of occasionally contentious meetings feeling optimistic that schools would coalesce around a plan that would afford a larger share of postseason revenue — including from a soon-to-expand College Football Playoff — to the teams participating in those postseason games rather than dividing it equally among all members.
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ACC athletic directors left Tuesday's meetings feeling optimistic that schools would coalesce around a plan that would afford a larger share of postseason revenue to the teams participating in those games rather than dividing it equally among all members.
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