Love of money kills hoops legacy
Originally Published: November 10, 2004By Jay Bilas | ESPN Insider
Hey, I really like football, and I like money, too. I am certainly not opposed to change, and I'm not pining for a return to the era of short shorts and black canvas Chuck Taylors. Change, football and money are all good things, and it may have been an absolute necessity for the ACC to expand to 12 teams. I simply don't agree with or like what the ACC, by expanding in the name of football, has done to arguably the most storied, tradition-rich and successful basketball conference in the country.
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