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The Atlantic Coast Conference founded in 1953, is a collegiate athletic league in the United States., the ACC's twelve member universities compete in twenty sports in the NCAA's Division I. Its football teams participate in the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision, the higher of two levels of Division I college football.
The championship was normally won in round-robin regular-season play among all conference members until 2003. With the 2004 expansion to include Miami and VPI, round-robin play became impossible due to NCAA limits on the number of games a team may play during the season.The 2005 expansion including Boston College gave the ACC the necessary number of members for divisional play and a championship game the conference champion will be the winner of the ACC Championship Game between the regular-season winners of the Atlantic and Coastal divisions.
Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, and Wake Forest were charter members of the ACC. The seven ACC charter members had been aligned with the Southern Conference, but left primarily due to the league's ban on postseason play. After drafting a set of rules for the creation of a new league, they formally withdrew from the Southern Conference at the Spring Meeting on the morning of May 1953. The bylaws were ratified and the ACC officially came into existence in June 1953. In December 1953, officials convened in Greensboro, North Carolina, and admitted Virginia into the conference.
In 1971, the ACC lost a member in the University of South Carolina. The ACC operated with seven members until the addition of former Southeastern Conference member Georgia Tech from the Metro Conference in April 1978. The addition of Florida State, also from the Metro Conference, in July 1991, brought the total to nine. The ACC added three members from the Big East during the 2003 cycle of conference realignment. The expansion was not without controversy, as Connecticut, Rutgers, Pittsburgh, and West Virginia filed lawsuits against the ACC and against Miami and Boston College for conspiring to weaken the Big East.
The ACC began divisional play in football in 2005. Division leaders compete in a playoff game to determine the ACC championship. The inaugural ACC Championship Game was played in December 2005, in Jacksonville, Florida. Florida State defeated Virginia Tech to capture their 12th championship. This division structure leads to each team playing the following games:
Five games within its division One game against a permanent rival from the other division
Two revolving games against teams in the other division
When the first men's national champion was determined by the NCAA since 1971, the ACC has won 10 national championships. The University of Virginia has won four national championships, the University of North Carolina has also won four, and the University of Maryland has won two.Women's Lacrosse has seen much dominance by the ACC, specifically by The University of Maryland. In all, the ACC has won 12 women's national championships. The University of Maryland accounts for nine of those championships, and the University of Virginia won the other three.
In men's soccer, the ACC has won 11 national championships, including 10 in the 22 seasons between 1984 and 2005. Five have been won by Virginia. The remaining six have been won by Maryland, Clemson, Duke, and North Carolina. During the 2006 season, each of the nine ACC men's soccer teams was in the top 25. Seven teams were selected for the NCAA Tournament. Virginia and Wake Forest advanced to the College Cup - the Final Four of Men's soccer.In women's soccer, North Carolina has won 18 of the 25 NCAA titles since the NCAA crowned its first champion, as well as the only AIAW soccer championship in 1981. The Tar Heels have also won 18 of the 20 ACC tournaments, losing only to NC State in 1988 and UVA in 2004, both times by penalty kicks.
The Atlantic Coast Conference organizes an American College Football Championship named as the ACC Football Championship. The game is held on the first Saturday of December to decide the football champion. The game is held between the champion team from the Atlantic Division and the champion team of the Coastal Division, which are decided by their respective championships. Dr. Pepper is the financial sponsor of the game; therefore it is officially named as Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship.
ACC Football Championship game attracts the football fans from all over the country and is live broadcasted on ABC Network. Virginia Tech Hokies is the current champion team which has won this trophy 3 times, more than any other team. The inaugural game took place in the year 2005 at the Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, Jacksonville Florida. This year, The Bank of America Stadium is going to be the host stadium; located at Charlotte, North Carolina. The game has taken place at various locations till date.
ACC Football Championship decides the champion from the twelve teams which are chosen prior to the competition every year. It plays a significant role to promote the college football teams and provides them with a platform to compete with each other and prove their individual competencies. The healthy competition has lead to the popularity of the teams who have great hidden talent among them. If you are a college football fan, then you must be excited to get the ACC Football Championship tickets!
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