Outside of the California FBS schools of course which I have mentioned numerous times: ACC: Florida State (arena: Donald L. Tucker Civic Center, previously used by multiple minor pro teams including an ECHL team, also used by FSU basketball teams since 1981) Georgia Tech (arena: Philips Arena, currently only has one major tenant, the NBA's Hawks, last hockey tenant, the Thrashers, moved to Winnipeg in 2011) Miami (arena: BB&T Center, only has ever had one major tenant, the NHL's Florida Panthers) Pittsburgh (arena: PPG Paints Arena, only has ever had one major tenant, the NHL's Pittsburgh Penguins) Wake Forest (arena: Greensboro Coliseum, used by multiple pro and college tenants over the years, currently houses a NBA G-League team and the basketball teams of UNC Greensboro) Big 12: Oklahoma (arena: Chesapeake Energy Arena, only current tenant is NBA's OKC Thunder, last hockey tenant, the CHL's Blazers, left in 2009) Big Ten (only current FBS conference to sponsor hockey): Northwestern (arena: Allstate Arena, only current permanent tenant is the AHL's Chicago Wolves following DePaul's departure in 2017). Rutgers (arena: Prudential Center, only permanent tenant thus far has been the New Jersey Devils, the Nets played there 2 years while waiting for Barclays Center to be completed) Pac-12: Utah (arena: Vivint Smart Home Arena, only current tenant is Utah Jazz, last hockey tenant, the Grizzlies, left in 1997) SEC: Kentucky (arena: Rupp Arena, used already by men's basketball team, previously used by 2 minor league hockey teams) Tennessee (arena: Knoxville Civic Auditorium and Coliseum, used by Knoxville Ice Bears of SPHL as well as by Tennessee's current club team so nothing would change if program upgraded to varsity status) Vanderbilt (arena: Bridgestone Arena, only major winter tenant has been the Predators) The reason for using existing venues is to cut back on start up costs by not investing money into building a new venue. So few Power 5 schools have are near arenas that have so many openings during the traditional college hockey season and yet don't have NCAA hockey. This isn't to say that these schools will add the sport, it's merely a suggestion. And if at least four of the ACC schools mentioned added the sport, it would bring the number of schools with hockey in the conference to 6 - and you know what that means.