Should ACC championship be

kalinis

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At the higher seeded teams home stadium?

The current site is not a neutral site as far as I’m concerned.

I went to Charlotte in 2017 and it might as week have been a clemson home game. They are ridiculously close to Charlotte and any other school that’s not FSU, BC or Miami.
for years was held in florida. they expected fsu/Miami to be teams most years so held in florida but after years of no Miami moved to charlotte cause it was closer to 90 pct of acc
 

SayWhat

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Charlotte makes the most sense geographically.

Atlanta is a no as Atlanta isn't giving up Saturday with the SEC for the ACC.

Orlando, too far from the majority of the schools, same with Jacksonville.

Place "X" is more of a destination, Disney in Orlando as an example. That doesn't matter for most fans going to the Championship game. You might not know the teams until the week before so people aren't putting trips like that together last minute.

The weather, please people. I like the fact that it varies rather than being played indoors. It could be whatever, but Charlotte isn't that cold in December. Silly Floridians.

Want to move it around? I would like that as I like going different places rather than the same. Having said that, it would cost the conference more as multi year deals get them better rates on their cut.

Convenience and proximity, remember that. It's an easy Friday to Sunday trip for the better part of the conference.
 

112_cane

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The game in 2016 was moved to Orlando due to the bathroom law (was announced before VT locked in the division) and it only drew 50,000. Moving it there will only hurt attendance unless it's us against FSU.

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