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College Football Playoff Execs At Final Four In Dallas Studying AT&T Stadium Logistics
Published April 7, 2014
ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN: Hancock said of whether a proposed $350M renovation to Sun Life Stadium would help future Miami bids, "All bids are different. You don’t know who they’re going to be competing against next time. Any improvement to any stadium certainly can’t hurt. But we haven’t had any issues with the stadium.” He added of the venue being passed over for the '17 title game, "There's a misconception that somehow the stadium was a factor, and it wasn't." Hancock: "Miami's was a great bid but it just fell a little short of the other two" (MIAMI HERALD, 4/5).