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Judge dismisses part of Maryland’s suit against the ACC

When Maryland announced its decision to leave the ACC for the Big Ten, the ACC responded by filing a lawsuit in a North Carolina court to ensure that they’ll receive the full exit fee (in upwards of nearly $53 million) they expect from the school. Maryland responded by filing its own suit in a Prince George’s County (Md.) court, and on Friday the judge presiding over the case issued a ruling that likely benefits the ACC. (NBC Sports)


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