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What does the ACC have to offer?

Under the ACC's original contract, which was signed in 2010, each member school was scheduled to receive an average of $12.9 million per year. The new deal reportedly will pay each school an average of $17.1 million per year, over the life of the contract. While that's a solid gain in just two years — especially considering it wasn't negotiated on the open market — the problem for the ACC is those terms likely won't keep pace with the massive deals being tossed around to other leagues. (Tallahassee Democrat)


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