Let's say you're the commissioner of your favorite sports league for a day and you can make any changes you want. What changes would you make to improve your sport? College football is my favorite sport, but I'll be the commissioner of the NFL since not many people here care about college. Here's what I'd do... 1. Get rid of commercials and media timeouts. They take up at least half of the time it takes to play a game and the players are just standing around doing nothing during that time, waiting to play again. If soccer, the most popular sport in the world, can get by without commercials, so can football. 2. Use the college clock rules where the clock stops temporarily after first downs. Also, don't run the clock after a player goes out of bounds (currently they only stop the clock in the last 2 minutes of each half, might be last 5 minutes of 2nd half). 3. No 2 minute warning. 4. Less pre-season games. Too many players get injured. 5. Enforce offensive pass interference more strictly. The offensive player shouldn't get away with more contact than the defensive player if they're both going for the same ball. 6. No spot foul for defensive pass interference. Sometimes it rewards offenses way too much when there was hardly any contact. Also, it assumes the offensive player would have caught the ball if there weren't any interference. That would be like offensive PI being a turnover, assuming the defensive player would have made an interception. Retarded. 7. Use the college numbering system. If a defensive lineman wants to wear a single-digit numbered jersey, who cares? I'm sure I'll think of more, but that's all for now.