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Baddour, Krzyzewski on Maryland's ACC Departure


Former UNC athletic director Dick Baddour said Monday that Maryland’s dire financial straits left it open to such a move. “It’s really not all that surprising, given the amount of revenue,” Baddour said. By leaving the ACC for the Big Ten, with its lucrative Big Ten Network cable channel, Maryland is expected to easily top the $17 million in annual shared revenue it would have received as an ACC member. (Durham Herald-Sun)


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