Clemson and Florida State play what may be a BCS elimination game on Oct. 19. The ACC has already begun promoting it, with a “Famous Jameis” vs. “Clemson Tajh” video game. Because there wasn’t a video game that let you play as these two players, according to NCAA attorneys. Hopefully, a physical version of the arcade game will make its way to the ACC American Café.
Analytics might have come in handy.
They met at the NBA conference Finals.
Third legal incident this calendar year.
It’s been less than a year since Goodell needed to hear from Ray Rice directly.