For the better part of the last decade, your commissioner has ruled over the SFFL with an iron fist. Several times he's defiantly rebuked your recommendations to make the league more balanced and competitive by scoring for receptions. Why? To the creature of habit, tradition and history must be preserved to protect the integrity of the league.
College football's decision-makers are less ignorant.
From your perspective, fantasy football should evolve with on-field play. Ten years ago when the league was formed over foamy cups of Natty Light, pepperoni slices and numerous 'F' bombs at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house in Carbondale, Ill., NFL coaches still adhered to classic run-first, pound-often tactics. Priest