The ACC won the race to 14 schools, issuing invitations to Pittsburgh and Syracuse on Sunday.
The question now becomes is whether the league is done as college sports embarks on a massive realignment.
The league scheduled a 9:30 a.m. teleconference with reporters to discuss the additions of the two Big East schools – one a charter member (Syracuse), both original members of the conference’s football foray.
Depending on the viewpoint, it is the second or third time the ACC poached new members from the Big East. Miami and Virginia Tech switched leagues in 2004, with Boston College following in 2005.
More to come later in the day.