North Carolina continues to suffer the repercussions of its controversial House Bill 2. With companies relocating and the loss of sporting events like the NBA All-Star game and 7 NCAA events, the state is paying economically. And with no changes on the horizon, things could get worse before they get better.
When asked his thoughts on the NCAA cutting ties with the state and his thoughts on HB2, ACC Commissioner Johns Swofford had some strong words himself.
John Swofford statement on HB2… pic.twitter.com/39ulP9CuUk
— David Hale (@DavidHaleESPN) September 13, 2016
At this point this is mere speculation, but it seems like the relocation of the ACC Football Championship is a real possibility.