United States (4E Sports) – Louisville is expected to be voted as the newest member of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The presidents and chancellors of ACC will hold a Wednesday morning teleconference to make a decision.
The ACC is seeking a team to replace Maryland, which will leave for the Big Ten in 2014.
UConn and Cincinnati are also being considered but only one member would be added. The others will have towait until the league loses more schools.
All three schools have expressed their intention to leave the Big East for the ACC.
Cincinnati even conducted a campaign to show it is a more viable option than UConn and Louisville.
The ACC intends to have a 14-team football league in 2014.