In response to the House Bill 2 "Bathroom Bill," the ACC Championship Game has been moved out of North Carolina.
A new bill in the North Carolina legislature declares that the ACC went too far in its handling of House Bill 2 and proposes changing state universities' relationship to the conference in the event of another boycott, according to WNCN.
The NCAA says it will allow North Carolina to starting hosting championship events after the state repealed House Bill 2.
The NCAA is relocating seven championship events, including the opening two rounds of the men’s basketball tournament, out of North Carolina over the state’s controversial bathroom law.
North Carolina governor Roy Cooper and state lawmakers have reached a deal to repeal House Bill 2.
The NCAA announced the sites of seven championship events that were scheduled to be held in North Carolina.
Charles Barkley echoed Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski’s stance against North Carolina’s HB2 “bathroom bill.”
SI college sports writer Lindsay Schnell explains why Clemson is in danger of falling to Virginia Tech in the ACC Championship.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and singer Ciara moved their wedding from North Carolina because of the state’s transgender bathroom law, according to The Knot.