This week’s Q&A-Mac is brought to you by solidarity: a terrific concept that has no place in college athletics anymore.
Q: On Thursday, the ACC released a letter signed by presidents of all its member schools expressing their “commitment to preserve and protect the future of our outstanding league.” So, you think everybody’ll relax now about this whole realignment stuff?
A: Ha ha! Of course not – least of all the presidents who signed that worthless document. Face it: There’s no such thing as an “outstanding league” any longer, because there’s no such thing as a league. It’s all a bunch of random chess pieces held together by dental floss.
If you want to make sure you’re at least a bishop and not a pawn…
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