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Florida State University President Eric Barron said Friday he's heard the rumors that the Seminoles are moving to the Southeastern Conference and said that's all they are at the moment _ rumors.
As this week's Melwood Prince George's County Open draws near, several Nationwide Tour golfers have only one thing on their minds: football.
The NCAA will re-examine its role in licensing bowls and has put a three-year hold on any new games in the wake of the Fiesta Bowl's problems.
The decor is sparse in new Towson basketball coach Pat Skerry's office. A few bags are on the floor. His desk is covered with notes jotted down during his first week on the job. A laptop is off to the side, and his mobile device is buzzing.
It's been a slow, sad march toward Ralph Friedgen's final game as coach at Maryland.
Virginia Tech has been the ACC's dominant team since joining the league in 2004, winning three championships and favored to capture a fourth.
A conference was expanding and splitting into divisions, and nobody knew what would happen to its two most bitter football rivals. Would they stay in the same division or be split apart?
The Atlantic Coast Conference headquarters has had anything but a lazy summer, thanks to realignment rumors, NCAA investigations and other incidents.
So much for a lazy summer at Atlantic Coast Conference headquarters.