Almost 53 Years Later, Acc Football Still Trying To Jump Through Hoops
By Al Featherston
December 22, 2005
When officials from seven Southern Conference schools met in the spring of 1953 to form the new Atlantic Coast Conference, they were motivated by dreams of football greatness. Maryland, Clemson and Duke already were national contenders on the gridiron. North Carolina, still basking in the glory of the Charlie Justice era,…
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