The Atlantic Coast Conference announced its complete 2014-15 slate of championship games on Thursday, with the football and men's basketball title games staying put in Charlotte and Greensboro, N.C. respectively.
Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C. will host the ACC Championship game for a fifth straight year
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By Christina De Nicola
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced its complete 2014-15 slate of championship games on Thursday.
The Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game will be played on Dec. 6 at Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium for a fifth straight year.
Three months later, the Greensboro Coliseum will host the ACC Men's Basketball Tournament for a third straight year from March 10-14.
The University of Miami football program opens its upcoming season on the road Sept. 1 at Louisville. The Hurricanes lost to the Cardinals at last December's Russell Athletic Bowl -- their first postseason appearance since 2010.
Miami's men's basketball team finished 17-15 this past year as it rebuilt from a Sweet 16 team that lost its top six scorers. It missed both the NIT and NCAA Tournament.
"There is a tremendous amount of excitement among our member institutions as we look ahead to next year's schedule," ACC Commissioner John Swofford said in a statement. "We have teams competing at the highest level in every sport, and with the addition of Louisville, the ACC's overall strength and competitiveness have never been stronger."