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In The Cards: ACC Taps Louisville As Newest Member; Likely To Join In '14
Published November 28, 2012
FEISTY ON THE EXIT FEE: In DC, Svrluga & Prewitt report the ACC has sued UM, asking that the school "be forced to pay an exit fee" of more than $52M. In the suit, filed Monday in Greensboro, N.C., the ACC is "pursuing a declaratory judgment, essentially asking the court to impose the rules its members have established" as the conference alleges that UM President Wallace Loh "has questioned the validity of such an expensive penalty." ACC officials view the suit as "a show of solidarity among the conference's remaining members." Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany yesterday said that "his conference is not prepared to help Maryland financially extract itself from the ACC" (WASHINGTON POST, 11/28).