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On Wednesday, a group of civic and business leaders will meet with an Atlantic Coast Conference consultant who has been hired to consider whether the ACC should move its headquarters from Greensboro. Its hometown wants a fighting chance. 

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NEW YORK — Andy Murray is aware that Stefanos Tsitsipas has a growing reputation for pushing the boundaries when it comes to taking breaks during a match. Murray expected that to be an issue during their first-round match at the U.S. Open — and, when it was, that didn't sit well. Not at all.

Confronting a question that has long simmered internally, one fraught with sentiment and politics, the Atlantic Coast Conference is formally exploring whether to move from its original home of Greensboro, the Richmond Times-Dispatch has learned.

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