The Atlanta Journal-Constitution broke this news at 9:22 AM this morning.
The NCAA will announce the results of an investigation into alleged violations committed by Georgia Tech's football program at 3 p.m. today.
The alleged violations occurred within the past several years. The NCAA considers the violations, which included improper benefits, minor. However, Tech allegedly didn't cooperate with the investigators as enthusiastically as the NCAA would have liked. A phone conference is scheduled with Dennis Thomas, the chair of the NCAA's infractions committee, at 3 p.m. Georgia Tech President Dr. G.P. "Bud" Peterson and Athletic Director Dan Radakovich will hold a press conference at 4:30 p.m.
And now according to CBSSports.com's Brett McMurphy the Wreck will vacate the 2009 ACC Championship.
Georgia Tech will vacate its 2009 ACC Championship, a source has told CBSSports.com.
The school and NCAA will announce the Yellow Jackets' NCAA penalties and infractions later this afternoon.
Georgia Tech will also vacate other wins, besides the ACC title game, during the 2009 season, a source said.