College football rules have changed pretty constantly for decades and decades. Many of those changes were conservative. Let's have some actual fun here.
It’s for charity, so you can’t get mad
On the creation of the Cool Wet Kiss Of Friendship Classic
Wash your hands of the debate moderators of yesteryear!
Everybody get out a legal pad and a pen.
For too long, college football voters have been motivated by fear. This season, let their ballots sing with inspiration.
In which we make the Big Ten even puntier.
Remember, cars once seemed like strange, alien things to civilization.
Here’s an idea that wouldn’t backfire: tying postseason eligibility to a school’s medical research success.
For one thing, there are way, way too many Eagles.
Let’s not only test intelligence in better ways, let’s get some good TV out of it.
It’s time for the conference to embrace California law and turn on the NCAA!
This should cost someone money. That money should go somewhere specific.
The football can’t get better than it was in 2019, but think bigger.
It’s time to bring scheduling out of the caves and embrace stressful capitalism.
Stop trying to be the NFL.
Or at the very least, far more college football.
Sort of like the NCAA’s "consensus All-Americans" idea, but much more encompassing and definitive.
You know how the NBA has hilariously literal awards like "Most Improved Player?" Let’s make all 9,000 of college football’s coaching awards just as specific.
Conference ties are a pain. Merely getting rid of them is not enough.
The best way to expand the Playoff is to let it absorb something else college football went a long time without.
Two teams in your conference can play a 13th game against each other. Spend it more wisely.