Given the choice, which ACC conference membership change would you have preferred?
Hypothetically, of course, let's assume that last September you had the power to choose one of two membership scenarios for the ACC.
Option #1 - Add Pitt and Syracuse and become a 14-member conference. Assign to divisions as announced (i.e., Pitt to Coastal), go to a 9-game regular season and otherwise proceed as the ACC actually did.
Option #2 - Drop Boston College and Miami and become a 10-member conference. Eliminate divisions and conference championship game. Go to a 9-game, round robin regular season (meaning annual games with Florida State, Clemson, NC State, Maryland and Wake Forest in addition to annual games with UVa, UNC, Georgia Tech and Duke).
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