- 12:11 pm Tuesday, July 1st, 2014 by Andy Johnston
The ACC has changed.
Maryland is gone. Pitt, Syracuse and Louisville are the new residents.
Maryland landed in the Big Ten, which also added Rutgers.
So where will the SEC look if it chooses to add a couple of teams?
The SEC guys at ESPN.com debated this in a column and came up with four potential SEC targets, eliminating Clemson and Florida State.
Greg Ostendorf, who covers Auburn for the website, said the SEC should look to adding Miami and Louisville.
Miami is a no-brainer, he wrote, because it would provide a natural rival for Florida, be “significant for recruiting as local kids would [More]