We’re all used to being told what to do and what not to do in our daily lives.
But what happens when we spend all day glued to our screens and never leave the house?
The news has been pretty much stagnant since the 2016 season ended, with only a few notable additions.
This year, the news is being delivered via social media, and with that comes some new challenges.
The world of sports is slowly but surely evolving, and the media landscape has changed, with Twitter becoming more prominent and sharing a lot of content in the past few years.
We’ve seen some of the more recent news, too.
We can’t have all the fun.
We have to keep pace.
That’s what we’re doing here at Gamespot.
So, here’s what you need to know about the biggest games of the week, and how to watch them from your couch.1.
College football game of the year: Clemson vs. Clemson Tigers (8 p.m., ABC, CBS) The Tigers have the most to play for after Clemson upset Alabama in the national championship game and the ACC championship game in the ACC title game, but the Tigers’ game against Clemson is also shaping up to be a pretty interesting one.
Clemson’s offense has struggled the past two weeks, averaging just 7.6 points per game over that span.
Clemson’s defense is ranked 10th nationally in yards allowed per game (25.1), and it’s allowed the fewest yards per play in the nation, at 4.5 per game.
This is a big game for Clemson, which had not allowed more than 50 points in a game since at least 2003, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
The Tigers are led by quarterback Deshaun Watson, who is having a stellar sophomore campaign, completing 59.2 percent of his passes for 2,827 yards and 17 touchdowns.
This is the first of three meetings between Clemson and Clemson Tigers this season, and both teams will be looking to end their ACC losing streaks with wins.
The Crimson Tide are coming off their third straight ACC championship.
College football game on NBCSN: Notre Dame vs. Florida State Seminoles (6 p.t., NBCSN) For the first time since the 2006 season, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish are the reigning national champions.
On Monday night, the Fighting Irish beat Florida State 34-21.
It was the first ACC championship since 1984, and was the second straight year that Notre Dame won the national title.
Facing its first season without the Heisman Trophy winner, Trey Lyles was just the third Notre Dame player to lead the team in scoring.
Despite the loss, the Irish are still ranked No. 2 nationally, and are playing their final home game against #8 Clemson.
Football on ESPNU: Clemson at Georgia Bulldogs (8:30 p.s., ESPNU) Georgia is coming off a 35-10 win over Clemson last Saturday, but there’s a lot more to this game than just a loss to Clemson.
The Bulldogs are coming into Georgia as a wild card team.
Georgia will be playing its first ever conference game in Atlanta, and they’ll be trying to avoid falling behind Georgia in the SEC East.
After losing its opening-week loss to Texas, Georgia was supposed to be an even stronger team heading into Saturday’s contest.
But Clemson’s loss, and their loss in front of their home crowd, has left the Bulldogs looking even weaker than they already were.
With a home loss to a team with a much bigger fan base than Georgia, Georgia may have a tough time winning a game in front that much larger fan base.
Madden NFL 18 Ultimate Team Tournament: Miami vs. Ohio State Buckeyes (8 a.m.
ET, Madden NFL 18) Miami is the top team in the Big Ten Conference and they are looking to keep their perfect start going with a win over Ohio State.
Miami has won 10 straight games, including two of the last three.
Ohio State’s win over Miami was the third time in the last five weeks that Ohio State won a game on the road.
NFL on ESPN: Clemson @ Tennessee Titans (8, 10 a.s.
ET) A big game this week is the Tennessee Titans at Clemson.
It’s the first meeting between the two teams since Week 2, and Tennessee’s win was the most lopsided of any matchup the Titans had all season.
Tennessee’s defense had an average of just 8.3 yards per pass attempt last week against the Notre, and it was also the Titans’ lowest total against a team ranked in the top 10 in yards per game, at 6.3.
Clemson had a solid performance last week in the Clemson vs Clemson game, averaging 5.5 yards per carry