Interesting article from InsideTheACC.com that details how the old Big East -- the new AAC, hate that name -- will receive $44 million worth of NCAA Tournament units piled up by Pittsburgh, Syracuse, and Louisville while those schools were part of the Big East. Those units will not come with those teams to the ACC, but will stay behind and go to the AAC.
One facet if those teams' exit from the Big East that I was not aware of is that NCAA Tournament units earned by those teams in the past will stay with the "Big East" -- the AAC -- after the breakup. I'm not sure if this is standard when schools move from conference to conference, or part of the negotiations to get out and head to the ACC.
Note that Notre Dame's units are going with the Irish. The Irish made other concessions in order to be able to keep their units and take them to the ACC.
The Big Money Behind the Big Dance