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Despite cloudy future, FSU active participant at ACC meetings - ESPN

AMELIA ISLAND, Fla. — Florida State athletic director Michael Alford was asked Tuesday during ACC spring meetings whether any part of the university's future with the league was salvageable, considering it has filed a lawsuit against the conference.

«We'll just wait for that to play out,» Alford said. «We have great partners in this conference, great relationships. But at the end of the day, we've got to do what's best for Florida State and look at the changing environment of collegiate athletics and make sure we're there to be successful.»

Alford reiterated that his school has not declared its intention to withdraw from the league, despite a pending lawsuit challenging the ACC grant of rights and withdrawal fee. Both Florida State and Clemson have filed lawsuits against the ACC, while the league has filed lawsuits in defense of the grant of rights — which gives it control over each of its league members' media rights through 2036.

Clemson athletic director Graham Neff did not speak to reporters Tuesday.

Alford said there was no tension in the room and described the meetings as «cordial.»

Still, the futures of both those programs lend an air of uncertainty as league leaders discussed what awaits in the future — including a pending settlement in the House vs. NCAA case, finding ways to increase revenue and a 12-team expanded College Football Playoff that is set to begin this season.

Asked what it was like to sit in a room discussing the future of the ACC while his own school's future as a league member remains up in the air, Alford said, «You go with where you are right now, and right now, we're a conference member. So, we're participating, making decisions for what's best moving forward, but looking at how does that