Clemson's McElrathbey brothers featured on Oprah

CLEMSON, S.C. -- Oprah Winfrey will be the latest to air the
story of Clemson defensive back Ray Ray McElrathbey raising his
younger brother.

The Oprah Winfrey Show taped a segment with the McElrathbey
brothers this week. The show is scheduled to be broadcast Friday.

The show features children who are running their households. The
elder McElrathbey, 20, took custody of 11-year-old Fahmarr this
summer because of their mother's continuing battle with drug

Ray Ray had said he wanted Fahmarr near him because he didn't
want to worry about the middle school student going to foster care.

The two share an off-campus apartment.

The NCAA granted Clemson a waiver so members of the coaching
staff and their families could help Fahmarr get to and from school.
A trust fund was also established to help with Fahmarr's care.