ACC Expansion TV Money Means Each Team Can Almost Afford Jim Grobe

We've seen Pac-12 teams use their new TV money to do really fun stuff like hire Mike Leach and Rich Rodriguez, steal recruiting coordinators and their respective orbiting high schoolers, and announce facilities expansions. With all that in mind, ACC members have to be like kids on Christmas morning just waiting to see how much extra money they'll have to work with thanks to bringing on Syracuse and Pitt.

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ACC expansion will mean at least $1 million to $2 million a year in additional revenue for each of the conference's existing schools, according to sources privy to discussions between the league and ESPN.

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Hmm. That's not a lot of money. How do we ... dern thing. Maybe adding UConn football will do the trick.

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/punches buttons

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/fiddles with levers

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