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The Atlantic Coast Conference's chances of holding a football championship game as an 11-team league may not be determined until next April, however that has not stopped Swofford and crew from making future plans. Also, chatter of ACC expansion has crept back into the news with the talk of a twelfth school being added.

Football Preview, Part Seven: Secondary

Wolfpack Rising up Taylor's List?

Jamaal Edwards Commits
Miller Saffrit * The Insiders

New Jersey Wing Impressive This Summer
Doug Carr * CatTracks.net

Bryant has two teams in front
Miller Saffrit * The Insiders

Swofford discusses league's future
Sammy Batten * Fayetteville Observer

Maybe Duke, North Carolina were right
Hermann Wendorff * Fayetteville Observer

Divisions hot topic for ACC
Caulton Tudor * News & Observer

Schools consider challenging BCS
Al Myatt * News & Observer

Swofford says ACC is happy with 11
John Delong * Winston-Salem Journal

ACC considers title game in 2004
Tim Peeler * News & Record

ACC patient with plans for title game
Neil Amato * The Herald-Sun

STRUGGLE: Armstrong, coach saw Ullrich coming
George Vacsey * New York Times

4 cities pursue ACC game
Gregg Doyel * Charlotte Observer

Fast Forward to 2004 ACC Poll
Gregg Doyel * Charlotte Observer

Pursuing 12th member not top priority for ACC
Stephen Holder * Knight Ridder News

Big East commissioner tells ACC counterpart he's sorry
Associated Press

ACC to put championship plan in motion
Steve Phillips * High Point Enterprise

ACC to study options for title game
Bob Sutton * Times-News

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