Clemson's Board of Trustees met, and the conclusion is that they would, if given the opportunity, consider moving out of the ACC. However, that opportunity isn't there yet: Travis Sawchik of the Charleston Post and Courier had an update via Twitter:
Clemson BOT chairman David Wilkins says Clemson would listen to offers from another conference but, again, Clemson has not been contacted
— Travis Sawchik (@travis_sawchik) May 25, 2012
Pretty typical conference realignment stuff. Conference realignment is a dance that requires two partners, and as of now, this is one partner saying that hypothetically, they would consider dancing if anybody asked them. It's noncommittal, and nothing is gained or lost.
What Wilkins is referring to, of course, is the Big 12. Clemson has been speculated as a potential team to split from the ACC alongside Florida State and bring the conference back to having a dozen teams. Here, we have the news that they'd hypothetically consider it. So there.
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