North Carolina will again be considered to host future ACC Championships


Last September, the ACC followed the NCAA’s suit, and removed all eight neutral-site championships that were set to take place in North Carolina for the 2016-17 academic year. This, of course, was a response to North Carolina’s controversial House Bill 2.

On Friday, however: The ACC Council of Presidents voted that North Carolina will again be considered for hosting future ACC Championships.

This announcement comes less than two days after the state repealed HB2. According to the Associated Press, the football title game will return to Charlotte in December 2017.