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The Charleston Gazette reported yesterday that West Virginia is finalizing a neutral-site game against Tennessee in Charlotte, North Carolina for 2018.

With the upcoming college football playoff, WVU athletic director Oliver Luck is trying to beef up their non-conference schedule.

“We’re close to finalizing a deal to play Tennessee in Charlotte in 2018,” Hammond said. “That would give us a marquee game in a marquee venue. It would be exciting for the fans and the team.”
West Virginia will open the 2014 season against Alabama in Atlanta.
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Which fans will have the most teeth ?
Reply31 months
This needs to be played at Charlotte motor speedway or at Darlington. Redneck fiesta time.
Reply31 months
may the best hillbilly win.
Reply31 months
...but what if the new Tenn head coach in 2018 doesn't like neutral site games?
Reply31 months
"Beef up non-conference schedule"

does not compute
Reply31 months
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