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The Atlantic Coast Conference aired its grievances last week at athletic director meetings off the coast of north Florida. Clemson, Florida State and Miami lead a group of schools that are interested in unequal revenue sharing. But Florida State and Miami have not exactly been pulling their weight during football season in recent years. That made for some interesting conversations about what’s next for the ACC. Andrea Adelson of ESPN joins AP’s Ralph Russo to sort through the ACC’s options, both long-term and short-term. Plus, what can we expect from three second-year coaches in the conference, facing very different challenges.
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