Now that we know which ACC division we'll be in, and I have to say I'm happy getting Pitt, BC, and Maryland every year, I started thinking about future out of conference scheduling. Going from having to find five games now to just three is going to make things less of a scramble, but also limits options. Assuming one of those games is a FCS, we're down to two. Knowing that Dr Daryl Gross will likely continue to look for high profile games against USC/ND/Penn St either at home or the Meadowlands, that will leave just one.
My first reaction was to think about our poor step siblings/rivals left behind in the Big East - Rutgers and UConn. Would be good in terms of rivalry and excitement, but then I came to the conclusion to screw them. Let's leverage the ACC and our ownership of NYC. No need help them build interest in their games.
What does everyone else think?