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SEC's Mike Slive Reiterates Time For Change In NCAA Geared Toward 21st Century
Published November 5, 2013
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A NEW DESTINATION: In Charlotte, David Scott writes with the SEC entering a six-year agreement with Bank of America Stadium’s Belk Bowl starting next season and the new SEC Network starting in '14 out of ESPN’s studios, the city "will become a regular destination for league officials and fans." Slive said, "Once the smoke cleared (with recent conference realignment) and we were comfortable with 14 schools, we looked to how we could have a presence in North Carolina. The quality of the Belk Bowl gave us a good opportunity. And developing the SEC Network is so important to us" (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, 11/5).