If the ACC ends up looking for a new host for December's football title game, don't expect it to end up in Tampa."We're totally focused on the 2017 College Football Playoff national championship," said Rob Higgins, the executive director of the Tampa Bay Sports Commission. "We're going to utilize these next 118 days to make sure that everything goes off without a hitch. At this time, we're not pursuing any major events between now and then that could mitigate our focus on the goal at hand, and that's to make sure that that event's extremely successful."The ACC could seek a new home for the Dec. 3 conference title game. The NCAA announced Monday that it was pulling seven upcoming championship events out of North Carolina because of the state's controversial transgender law.The football title game is set for Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium, but ACC commissioner John Swofford said in a statement that the league will discuss moving it at its council of presidents meeting this week.Tampa hosted the event in 2008-09. Raymond James Stadium will host the national championship game Jan. 9. Contact Matt Baker at email@example.com . Follow @MBakerTBTimes.