February 13th, 2018 | by CollegeAD

GSU president Rick Gallot confirmed to The News-Star Monday that there have been talks to revive the league’s title game, which the conference announced before last season that it would discontinue the game after the 2017 season, and that allowing the top team in the regular season to host the SWAC title game “was the front-runner” as an option to settling a champion. “There has been considerable conversation for that being an option going forward,” Gallot said. “What was not going to be an option for the 10 SWAC schools was continuing to have the game in Houston. That was losing money. There’s been change in leadership with the resignation of Duer Sharp as commissioner. One of the biggest reasons the league athletic directors during the winter meetings in November suggested the SWAC title game be hosted on campus was to save the conference money. Cory Diaz, The News-Star, Read More

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