I bet you didn’t know there are eleven SEC legislative proposals and nine NCAA legislative proposals being voted on during this week’s SEC Spring Meetings. Not all are related to football and some are potentially more earth-shaking than others, but one I hope does pass is this:
In football, to specify that specified forms of artificial noise shall not be used from the time the offensive center puts a hand on the football until the football has been snapped.
That’s an artificial trend that annoyed me as it’s intensified across the conference, hearing the PA blast away right up until the ball is snapped (assuming whoever’s in charge of time even bothers to time it correctly). If your home crowd can’t disrupt opposing offenses on its own, you’re not doing it right, anyway.