Found July 22, 2013 on College Football Universe:
PLAYERS: Randy Edsall
By Justin Burnette Maryland coach Randy Edsall was asked during the ACC Media Day if he is OK with the current Notre Dame-ACC agreement. As many fans know, independent Notre Dame agreed to play five games against ACC schools beginning in 2014 and the Irish are now affiliated with the Orange Bowl which means the they could get selected to the bowl over an ACC program. Edsall said,  "They (Notre Dame) can take a bowl game away from your team who's playing everyone in the conference. That's tough to go tell a kid... I think everybody should be in a conference and do your own thing and if you're not then you're on your own. Work out your own bowl agreements, but don't take it away from student-athletes who are a full member, out there playing a full conference schedule." Randy Edsall Not OK with Notre Dame-ACC Alliance Other Articles: Clemson QB Tajh Boyd Sings at ACC Media Days Projected Preseason AP Top 10 Follo...

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