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ACC tournament bids Greensboro a bittersweet goodbye, for now


On the second row of press seating across from the Notre Dame bench for Saturday night's ACC tournament final, there were four spots reserved for what the seating chart described as "ACC Media Emeritus." Each year, , the ACC's associate commissioner for men's basketball communications, sets aside a few spots for any of the retired beat writers and columnists still in the area. (Fayetteville Observer)

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