When I heard this rule, I couldn't help but laugh. I thought to myself, this is just stupid and it will never pass. Then before you know it, here comes Jim Brown, who seems butt hurt over the fact Trent Richardson is getting all the hype in Cleveland. Now I know that there are other running backs out there that trucked pathetic defenders last year, but come on, we all know that the Trent hit has been at the center of all the talk. At first I blamed Rodger Goddel for practically ruining the greatest game on the planet. I just hope it doesn't trickle down to the college ranks. The only changes that could come as well are removing kick offs from the game and removing the three point stance by linemen. I was thinking today, nah.... they wold never do that, but when I heard the running back rule passed, I began to think that it may not be a stretch for them to do so. I, like all other mis-informed fans, fully blamed Rodger Goddel for all of this, but I realized that it went to a vote where democracy reigned supreme. But I guess you cannot dismiss the 3,000 lawsuits by former players, some of whom think this rule is ridiculous as well. When you take that into consideration, I hate to say that I can't blame Rodger for this new rule. If I was being sued by close to 3,000 former employees, I may try to cover my but like this as well. But I don't know, I hate the NFL anyways. That said, just as long it doesn't make it to the college rank then I could care less. I was curious if anyone has heard of this rule being added to CFB.