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Siena, Detroit and Richmond Among Lacrosse Schools Being Considered by the 'Catholic 7'

It all began 10 years ago, when the Big East was plundered by the ACC in a desperate — and futile — attempt to improve its football profile. Commissioner John Swofford and the ACC presidents initially lured Miami, Virginia Tech and Boston College. When that didn’t work, the ACC went back for more: Syracuse and Pittsburgh first, then Notre Dame (sort of) and Louisville.



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