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Maryland alleges ACC violated its own rules over exit fee, tried to lure Big Ten schools away


The state of Maryland filed a counterclaim against the ACC in a North Carolina court on Monday evening, alleging that the conference broke its own rules when it increased the conference’s exit fee to $52 million and that it “ignored and breached the ACC Constitution in its urgency to punish Maryland and deter further withdrawals from the conference.” (Washington Post)


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