Krzyzewski: ACC should think big

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DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski says the new-look Atlantic Coast Conference could be the best basketball league in the country - and should act like it.

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The ACC is growing to 15 teams next season when Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Notre Dame join. National champion Louisville comes aboard the following year to replace Big Ten-bound Maryland.

Krzyzewski said Wednesday that ``if you really believe this could be the greatest conference ever, what are all the things that the greatest conference ever would do?''

Speaking during his annual ``K Academy'' fantasy camp at Duke, he said the league needs to ``look at the total package of what we have'' and ``think outside conventional ways'' in everything from its preseason media day to its league schedule and postseason tournament.

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