Low-profile Casteen Had Impossible Task
June 2, 2003 CHARLOTTESVILLE When it comes to athletics, few ACC presidents have kept a lower profile than Virginia’s John Casteen, who was like a Supreme Court justice with a possible swing vote when it came to ACC expansion.
When the presidents voted to expand from nine to 12 teams, it was Casteen who provided the critical vote while requesting that the ACC include Virginia…
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