With football over, the ACC is back to the drawing board, and with a few key players still sidelined, the Atlantic Division has some big-name athletes returning.
But there are some major changes to the league’s marquee events, as well as a number of changes to betting.
For starters, the Big Ten’s Big Dance has been cancelled and will be rescheduled.
In the meantime, ACC and Big 12 will compete for the title.
There are also some major announcements that could change the landscape of the sport.
For example, the Virginia Tech-USC game in October was postponed because of Hurricane Florence, but the NCAA will be hosting the event this year.
The Big East will not play a conference tournament this season, as they will be in the ACC’s Atlantic Division.
And there is a lot of drama surrounding the ACC basketball team.
There have been several reports that several players have been suspended for missing the team’s workouts and games, including one that was reported to have been cancelled.
It is unclear what exactly will happen to the players, but they have already been suspended, meaning they will not be able to participate in the game.
The ACC is also set to announce that it has hired an outside firm to conduct an independent review into its finances, after an ACC-USPNC joint audit found the school had been “diligent” in addressing issues including an “abysmal” student-athlete wage scale.
A statement issued by the ACC in May said it has completed the review, but did not disclose its findings.
The university has been hit with numerous lawsuits, including an $8.4m class action against the school.
The NCAA, which has a long history of taking on big-time conferences, has also stepped up its fight against the ACC.
It has filed a class action lawsuit in federal court, claiming that the ACC was responsible for its players being injured in the 2016 Virginia Tech game.NCAA president Mark Emmert is currently at the helm of the investigation.