In light of the questionable officiating that has happened in both NCAA / NFL, I'm curious how others would feel if the human element was taken out of the equation.
1. The technology is already available where we at home have multiple angles of the previous play in seconds.
2. There is no reason the head official has to be on the field - he can be in a box reviewing the correct placement of the ball, the correct call, radio down to the field, etc..
3. I've never understood why the original call on the field, in real time at possibly poor angles, would have any effect on the final call of a given play.
If you were to make a prediction for how this sport will progress in the next 5-10 years, do you think any of the above will change? Why or why not?
Or, am I just an asshole? (well, I don't think there's much doubt about that).