Since becoming religiously observant, I haven't had much chance to watch college football, and I had forgotten how great it is. Aside from the fact Notre Dame isn't threatening to move to Iowa unless South Bend builds it a bigger stadium, the field is bigger. If you stand there with a tape measure, it's the same, of course. But the players are smaller and slower than the pros, but at the highest level still have plenty of talent to make things happen. There's room to run, and time to watch the play develop. Throw in Keith Jackson, who at over 70 is still the best in the business, and I'll watch even a mediocre game just to listen to the commentary.