Swofford touts Charlotte's success as ACC Championship Game host
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CHARLOTTE – Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford gave an update on the league during a luncheon Tuesday in Charlotte.
He detailed how Notre Dame became a part of the ACC and chronicled the success Charlotte has had in hosting the ACC Football Championship as well as the Belk Bowl.
When pressed on if the Queen City would become the permanent home for the ACC title game, Swofford hinted at the possibility without committing.
"Well, contractually, we're here for the next two years. My guess is the first two years would indicate that we've found a home, and I hope that's the case,” he said. “Our only discussion at this time is making Charlotte the best it can possibly be."
This year's ACC football championship is set for Dec. 1 at Bank of America Stadium.