-My position on the move — that the positives for the ACC far outweigh the negatives — is here.
-Doughty has a story from the ACC perspective here.
-Andy has a story from the Virginia Tech perspective here.
-Berman has a story from the Notre Dame perspective here.
-Doughty gets some thoughts from ACC coaches here.
-If you missed any of the Blog Crowd’s discussion on this yesterday, you can find it here.
-The Yankees get two home runs from Curtis Granderson and hold off Boston 5-4 to stay in a tie atop the AL East with Baltimore. They’ll play again at 7 p.m. today on MLB Network.
-Oakland beats the Angels again and continues to lead the AL wildcard.
-Detroit gets another huge victory over the White Sox and is now one game back in the AL Central. They play again tonight at 8:10, while Justin Verlander opposing Chris Sale. Wish this was on TV too, but it’s not.
-Cardinals lose again and have just a one-game lead on the Dodgers for the final NL wildcard spot.
-Check out the Phillies! They got their seventh win in a row yesterday to move over .500 and are three games back of the Cardinals with 19 games to play (they would also need to leapfrog Pittsburgh and L.A.)
-West Virginia will celebrate “Sam Huff Day” on Saturday at FedEx Field, where they will face JMU.
-Your Thursday night TV games really stink this week: Rutgers at South Florida (7:30 p.m., ESPN), Mississippi Valley State at Southern (7:30 p.m., ESPNU) and Texas A&M Commerce at Midwestern State (8 p.m., CBS Sports Network).
-Your Thursday nighter is Chicago at Green Bay (8 p.m., NFL Network).
-UConn coach Jim Calhoun to retire.
NAME THAT TUNE
All I ever wanted
All I ever needed
Is here in my arms
Words are very unnecessary
They can only do harm