There is NOT much going on in the NCAA football world between January 10th and August 1st. Id love to see the NCAA allow some spring time 1st conference team players to play against each other, in smaller bowl games.
While its always an afterthought to the Superbowl, the Pro Bowl is usually a pretty good game. Its a solid idea. Take the best of the best in your two conferences, and pit them against one another. Whose to say the same wouldn't work for NCAA football as well? Most of the players are somewhat inactive from January to August.
SEC/Big Ten First Teams, ACC/Big East First teams, etc....
Seems like it would be a great way for kids to get even more exposure to the NFL scouts, since its pitting the best of the best out on the field, and youd think scouts would love that.
Has anything like this ever been attempted? Seems like with the endless ways the NCAA tries to make money, this would both widen the season and add more exposure time for the athletes.
Whats your opinion? Benefits? Drawbacks? Just plain cool to watch or a terribly lame idea?