With everything going on with USC, Ohio State and this Pryor saga, we all can agree that the landscape of college football has changed. The game is not what it used to, and in my epinion, it has been long overdue that video games change along with it. The changes have already begun, as has been previously posted on here (can't find the thread but link to article here), in NCAA '12. You can change divisions, and even create 16-team superconferences if you'd like, and which I look forward to doing.
However, the games have neglected one big dark side to college football-- recruiting violations. I have been thinking how they could utilize a "cash shake" option in recruiting. There could be a definite risk involved, with NCAA sanctions and the like. You could choose to play dirty, or run a clean program (yay Michigan).
Have a special hook-up with a dealership? Tell your players they can get cars, or cash. But run the risk of having an NCAA investigation.
What other changed would you like to see them implement? How could they improve your lazy evenings on the couch? Share.