Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought Swofford's son's employment was all above board and everyone was fully aware of where he was and what he did. If everyone knew and there was no objection, then there is no complaint.
Besides, there has been no indication, none whatsoever, from any president or athletic director anywhere in the ACC that any school is interested in leaving, so what's the point in asking this question?
The folks in the Big XII, and all the little scamps who live in their blogosphere, can't seem to grasp the concept... the ACC is a solid conference. Nobody is leaving anytime soon. It's been something like 40 years since any ACC member has left the conference. It's only happened once in almost 60 years.
The Big XII is the conference that needs to worry about losing membership. It was pasted together from the remnants of an ugly breakup 20 years ago and has since lost 4 of its members in the last year and had to invite a couple of Big East refugees, who were rejected by every other decent conference who might consider them, in order to keep enough members to still be considered a conference. The Big XII should be shaking in their boots and praying Texas and/or Oklahoma don't get a BBD offer from the Pac-12. Lose either of those two and the Big XII starts looking an awful lot like the Big Least.
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