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February 20th, 2017 | by College AD
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There is newfound stability in the ACC head-coaching ranks, a nod to not only the high-quality hires who have come into the league, but also the idea that these programs are no longer viewed as “stepping stone” jobs. Where the turnover has come is on the athletic director level. During the past year, three athletic directors have departed for other jobs. All three spent three years or less in the ACC. Two spent less than two years in the ACC. But in these specific cases, it’s completely understandable why so many of these programs opted for somebody with long-standing ties. Especially since an athletic director’s job increasingly relies on fundraising and tapping into the community and alums for more and more support. – Andrea Adelson, ESPN. Read More.

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