well here's a sports-related one I want to share
In top-level college football, I think there should be a rule prohibiting conferences from winning consecutive BCS (or starting in 2014, College Football Playoff) national championships. I became in favor of this rule prior to last season's title game, and my beliefs were reinforced by the result of such game which gave the SEC 7 titles in a row. This came against a team I like, Notre Dame. And the first two came against Ohio State, who I also like.
I have been given crap for even making this suggestion. Even my own brother doesn't like this idea - for that I should throw him out of my life. People just can't accept the fact that there needs to be such a rule and are ignorant of the fact that SEC dominance is posing a threat to college football and its popularity. If we keep enabling the SEC to win every single year, all the non-SEC fans will get bored with college football and stop watching it.
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