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Curios what you all think about this Proposal while getting P5 teams.
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Curios what you all think about this Proposal while getting P5 teams.
I know NCSU wants to play in Virginia area and I think other ACC teams would be willing to do. In what I think would be good and I think the NCAA allows for this.

A proposed 4 for 2 spread out over 2-3 yeas.

4 games at P5
1 game at Liberty
1 game that counts as Liberty home game played at Virginia Beach Sportsplex.

Apparently it can accommodate 17K. NCSU would love it for recruiting and Liberty gets to taunt ODU. I would not be shocked if you could get other ACC Atlantic Division interested. Probably could get Syc, Wake and BC 2-2 games. I imagine Liberty will want to recruit the Tidewater as well. Seems like a win/win scenario. I don't know VA stadiums but seems like if successful, could move to larger venues if they exist. Just a thought.

Not looking at what is scheduled just an example

2020 @ NCSU
2022 @ Liberty
2024 @NCSU
2025 @ VB (Home for Liberty)
2027 @NCSU
2030 @ NCSU
04-26-2017 09:05 AM
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RE: Curios what you all think about this Proposal while getting P5 teams.
Liberty's stadium is larger than the VB complex.

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