If both sides publicly state that it's a win-win situation, so be it. But since this is St. Aug's home game, it seems likely that a location closer to Raleigh would've been proper. Now that it's in High Point, does that mean WSSU gets a larger share of the gate? Or does St. Aug still claim total receipts? I'd be willing to bet there's an adjusted (split?) payout for both institutions.
I wish John Dell would've delved deeper in his story...for example, since this game will now be less than 30 minutes from WSSU's campus, will WSSU's students get in the game free?