When the Miami of Ohio coach suggested that "paying Ohio State is like a third grader going to recess and then watching them (OSU) get the first 85 picks, he was correct. This statement also applies to the Hoosiers and I now think the problem is not solvable. The talent imbalance in the country is so skewed that it is almost stupid to have the season. You can build a weight room, expand tutoring, give all the players a lounge with their own TV's hire nutritionists and psychologists and pretty up your stadium but none of that will work unless you have the players. The Hoosiers start off every year with their best hopes being to get up to ninth or tenth in the Big Ten recruiting wars. It hurts that Indiana high school football is mediocre and we lose most ot the best kids to Purdue, Notre Dame or to other Big Ten Schools. The reality is that coaching is also not that important if you lack the players. I lived in Cleveland during the era when Bill Belichick was the head coach and Saban was the defensive coordinator with the Browns. The Browns were mediocre at best at that time. No, the coaches were not the problem. The problem was that the NFL has rules to make everybody end up 8 and 8. College football lacks a system to create equity. Whoever has the best recruiting class will be in the Top 25 or even Top 10 as long as they maintain the ranking of their top class.So the end result is, blowouts, mismatches and boring football. How anybody could sit through the entire game at Ohio State is sickening when you think about it but yet they had 105,000 folks to witness the slaughter. No, I have no solutions. I am just pointing out that the golden age of college football is gone unless you just want to take the top 10 and have them play it down and just then watch the rest of the schools give up football or play in empty houses for useless trophies. I cannot blame fans for not attending games where their team does not have a chance to win. That is a sad admission to make. My time, money and energy is better spent elsewhere.