I enjoyed the explanation(?) associated with each right answer. It’s like wth does that have to do with the question. I think the South Carolina one went on about Steve Spurriers tenure as football coach rather than talking about when they were part of the conference. Similarly which school doesn’t have a baseball team and they talk about JB being the coach of the Basketball team????
South Carolina was a founding member of the conference and left in the 70s over the "800 Rule". The ACC had a rule that in order to get a scholarship, an athlete had to score at least 800 combined on the SAT. USC-e didn't like that idea because it hurt their recruiting and also didn't like the power the 4 NC schools had in the conference, so they left. (Their 4 votes effectively shut down any changes because USC-e, Clemson, UVa, and UMd couldn't get any of them to join them to form a majority on any votes.) Georgia Tech was brought in to replace them. GIT had been an independent after leaving the SEC over academics.
33/35 (missed 27 and 29, neither of which will keep me up at night).
The factoid for #4 is kind of a non sequitur, not sure why they didn't just tell us when USC left the league. Funny. Also, #27: "Wrong Answer! Maryland left the ACC in 2014 when college realignment was running rampant. The school joined the Big 10 instead." OK.