After losing four teams in two years, the AAC is now losing its commissioner

By , Daily Memphian Updated: December 07, 2023 9:45 PM CT | Published: December 07, 2023 12:24 PM CT

The AAC will have turned from an 11-team conference as recent as 2022 into a 14-team conference that only has seven of the original 11 still in the league next year. Now, the conference is losing the only commissioner it has ever known.

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Frank Bonner II

Frank Bonner II

Frank Bonner is the Memphis Tigers football beat writer. He is originally from Indiana but arrived in Memphis after spending two years in Tulsa, covering Oklahoma State football and basketball. He covered high school sports in Columbus, Indiana for two years before getting his Master’s degree in Sports Journalism at IUPUI. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in journalism from Indiana University.


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