ACC's latest tax filing underscores challenges for new commissioner Jim Phillips


College athletics’ earnings season is upon us, and the Atlantic Coast Conference’s mixed results underscore the potential windfall of the league’s television network but also the financial challenges facing new commissioner Jim Phillips. First, the upside: ACC revenue increased 9.1 percent to a league-record $496.7 million in 2019-20. Now, for the downside. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

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ACC's latest tax filing underscores challenges for new commissioner Jim Phillips


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