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The big talk in the NCAA has been conferences abandoning their divisions, something the ACC is ready to do sooner than later. When will the SEC follow?

The NCAA may soon clear the runway for conferences to scrap divisions, and the ACC is preparing to move forward under that assumption.

The conference is deep in serious discussions to shake up its scheduling format for football, with three permanent rivals and five rotating opponents gaining momentum among athletic directors, Miami athletics director Dan Radakovich said Tuesday outside the ACC’s spring meetings. The ACC is not expected to vote on a proposal this week at its spring meetings but movement could be swift in the ensuing months. The league's brass is scheduled to meet Wednesday with television partner ESPN to discuss options. The conference could institute the new 3-5 rotation — or a similar format — as soon as the 2023 season.
(Barstool Sports)
Filed Under: NCAA Football
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BobABooey23 months
But what about the Dr Pepper halftime ball toss contest???
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turnpiketiger23 months
Bama, Ole Miss, A&M. Let’s go
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northgate523 months
I’d give my left nut to not have to play Alabama every damn year.
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MJackson23 months
if you're an LSU fan, i'd have to bet that bama would be considered one of LSU's 3 rivalry games
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I f you're any good, you would have to play them at some point in the year.
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SG_Geaux23 months
I would be for this in the SEC
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