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Topic - John Swofford
Welcome to the new Atlantic Coast Conference. It's where a founding member is out, a fast-rising program is in, Notre Dame is there, too — sort of — and nobody else is leaving.
The Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball tournament will return to North Carolina after its two-year stay in New York.
With banners celebrating the history of the Nets and Jay-Z's concert sellout streak over his shoulder, ACC Commissioner John Swofford announced that the league's men's basketball tournament is coming to Brooklyn.
The Atlantic Coast Conference is taking its men's basketball tournament from Tobacco Road to the bright lights of New York.
The Atlantic Coast Conference is taking its men's basketball tournament to New York. A person familiar with the situation said Tuesday the league has completed a two-year deal to bring the tournament to Brooklyn's Barclays Center starting in 2017.
The game has thrived since moving from Tampa, Fla., to a more centralized location in Charlotte in 2010 with an average yearly attendance of nearly 70,000 fans the past four years.
The ACC commissioner said Monday that Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim won't be disciplined after he came onto the court to protesting a key charging call during the Orange's 66-60 loss at Duke over the weekend.
The Atlantic Coast Conference football championship game is staying in Charlotte.
Ten years have passed since the Atlantic Coast Conference lured Miami away from the Big East, and the ACC is finally getting what it figured would become routine when the Hurricanes joined.
Syracuse and Pittsburgh are finally here, Notre Dame is partly in, and Louisville will arrive soon. "The composition of the long-term membership of the ACC has never been stronger," commissioner John Swofford said.
The Atlantic Coast Conference is now a 15-team league _ and it might just stay that way for a while.
The ACC does have one more lineup change scheduled for next year, when Maryland leaves for the Big Ten and Louisville joins.
The Atlantic Coast Conference is staking a claim to New York City by adding the Pinstripe Bowl to its postseason lineup.
In his first year as athletic director at Notre Dame four years ago, Jack Swarbrick visited Chapel Hill, N.C., for the first time. Walking through the University of North Carolina campus before a Tar Heels football game against the Fighting Irish, Swarbrick vividly remembers the satisfaction he felt in being warmly welcomed.
Summers aren't quiet anymore for the Atlantic Coast Conference.
"I think everybody is where they want to be," Commissioner John Swofford said. "That's real important."
"I think the benefit comes from the quality of schools and athletic programs," Swofford said. "The quality is really what's brought to the table and along with it, from a pure marketplace standpoint, our footprint now has the largest population and the most television sets of any conference's footprint in the country. And that's only going to grow in the future if you look at projected population disbursement. That's all part of the positioning of the conference for the long term."