May 16th, 2018 | by CollegeAD

The ACC was running ahead of schedule after three days of meetings on Wednesday even as everyone appears ready to head home without any resolution on the future of the basketball tournament. Which isn’t to say where the tournament is headed after Charlotte next March and Greensboro in 2020 hasn’t been discussed. It has. Constantly, if mostly informally. “There’s always that kind of discussion,” N.C. State athletic director Debbie Yow said. But the dynamic surrounding tournament sites, pitting the old guard against the Big East transplants, is so complicated that it doesn’t appear a proposal will come up for a vote Thursday. ACC executives said that there are still multiple options available for 2021 even as the calendar ticks by, as long as the conference can come to a decision by the end of the summer. Perhaps a consensus can be reached by Thursday morning’s final session. More likely, the behind-the-scenes politicking will continue over the phone as it has in person in hallways and at receptions this week. –  LUKE DECOCK, newsobserver – Read More

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