The ACC released a schedule Wednesday that forces four schools to play all three of the conference's top football programs in each of the next two seasons. In the first two years of the proposed format, Wake Forest, North Carolina State, Virginia and North Carolina will have to play Miami, Virginia Tech, and Florida State.
ACC Commishoner John Swofford said that the conference did not discuss adding a 12th team during its two-day meetings.
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