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ACC once dreamed of challenging SEC for football supremacy. What happened?

Seven SEC national championship later (and the chance for an eighth), it's easy to forget what college football looked like before the SEC took control. Florida State's return to the national stage represents a blast from the past for the ACC. A decade ago, there was real public dialogue about the ACC challenging the SEC's football supremacy in the Southeast. (AL.com)


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