All this talk about Woolfolk moving back to CB and him going for the strip in OT against State has got me thinking about the overtime period in college football.
Does anyone else hate the way overtime is run in college football as much as me?
I think it's dumb as hell. The baseball equivalent is like them holding a homerun derby to decide the winner instead of extra innings; it's stupid.
If I were head of the NCAA, here's what overtime in college football would be. Put 10 minutes on the clock. New coin toss. Play with regular rules, regular kickoff. Each team must receive a possession within those 10 minutes. Other than that, it's regular football. No more INTs in the endzone going back to your opponents 25... nope, to your 20, just like it would during the rest of the game.
Anyway, what's everyone's thoughts on OT?