The number of games between ACC teams and Division I-AA teams will double this season.
Three ACC teams — Clemson, Florida State and Georgia Tech — have the audacity to play two Championship Subdivision, or FCS teams in the politically correct vernacular.
That can't be what the NCAA powers had in mind when they approved a 12-game regular season in 2006? Or was it?
When the NCAA approved the 12-game schedule, it also allowed I-A teams to count wins over I-AA teams towards their bowl-eligibility total in every season (previously, they could only be counted once every five years).