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US college football can foster business links with Dublin

The College Football Classic can replace the Web Summit

29th November, 2015
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Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets celebrate a touchdown run against the Virginia Tech Hokies Pic: Getty

After the success of the last two American college football games in Dublin, organisers are planning to use next year’s fixture as a platform to further economic links between the US and Ireland.

On September 3 next year, Boston College and Georgia Tech will become the latest NCAA Division One teams to take part in the Aer Lingus College Football Classic. In the opening game of the 2016 season, the two sides will...

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