ACC football title game stays in Charlotte for 6 more years

The Atlantic Coast Conference football championship game is staying in Charlotte. The ACC commissioner announced that the conference and the Charlotte Sports Foundation have reached an agreement on a six-year contract extension that will keep the football championship game in Charlotte through 2019. The game has been played in Charlotte since 2010. It has thrived since moving from Tampa, Fla., to a more centralized location in Charlotte four years ago with an average yearly attendance of nearly 70,000 fans the past four years.