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ACC lacking victories in BCS era

Originally Published: May 22, 2008
By Heather Dinich | ESPN.com

In 2003, when the Atlantic Coast Conference had finally completed its first stage of expansion, league commissioner John Swofford said the addition of Miami and Virginia Tech made his conference possibly "stronger than at any point in its history."

It was a fleeting moment.

Considering the ACC's 1-9 record in BCS bowl games over the past decade -- the worst record of the six BCS conferences -- expansion didn't exactly turn the league into the superpower many expected. Instead, ...

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