Earlier this week, the ACC announced they would be pulling all postseason championship games out of North Carolina due to House Bill 2. While Orlando seems like the favorite for the 2016 conference title game, Nashville, Tennessee has thrown their name in the hat to become at least the temporary home for the ACC.
Braden Gall of ESPN 1025 The Game in Nashville reported that Music City Bowl president Scott Ramsey has spoken with the conference about bringing the game to Nissan Stadium, home of the NFL’s Tennessee Titans.
He does, however, realize that the championship game is going to end up back in the state of Florida.
Scott Ramsey: "We've talked to the ACC about coming to Nashville but they seem to be in pretty deep talks with Orlando."
— Braden Gall (@BradenGall) September 16, 2016
The ACC has had a conference game ever since 2005 with the game being held in Jacksonville for the first three years and then Tampa the next two. It has been played at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte since 2010.
It will be interesting to see what the ACC decides to do in the coming months as they pick a new home for their conference title game.