No, because it is still easier to get one yard for a TD from the one, than it is to get 10 yards from the 10 or 35 yards from the 35. That one yard is harder but the TD is easier.
Are you also asking for the basket in basketball to be made smaller and raised to 15 feet because baskets have become too mundane? When the game was invented and in the early days of play baskets were scored on very few possessions. Now they are scored on roughly half of all shots.
I disagree that change is required. But, I have disagreed with some of the proposed changes before and some of them have happened. I doubt this one will, though. You could watch arena football, though. Those FG's and extra points are pretty challenging.
I have actually thought about this being a good idea at least in the NBA...but I hate the NBA
If a field goal attempt travels directly over the upright, is it counted as a good kick? I have searched through the NCAA rulebook, and it doesn't seem to mention this. (I could very well be looking in the wrong place). Thanks in advance!
No good. The upright, in theory, is infinite. So the ball has to be entirely inside the infinite, imaginary upright, in the eye's of Mr. Official.
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