While watching the games tonight... I found myself thinking of some ideas to possibly enhance college basketball... 1. No more "and 1" for shooters fouled who make a basket. Instead, if you are fouled AND make the basket... the basket counts, the other guy is charged with a foul... and you play on. No "advantage" is gained if you still make the shot, but still penalize the fouler for that infraction. This would stop all of those players leaning in trying to create contact without regard to trying to make an actual shot. 2. For all other free scenarios slightly modified rules... IF you are fouled in the act of shooting and miss... then you get extra tries to make the shots. Why should the defense benefit by fouling a guy on an easy layup thus forcing him to make 2 longer shots to get the same points? So... to make up for some of that... You get 3 shots to make 2 points or 4 shots to make 3 points, depending on the shot. That helps make up for some of the difference when fouling known poor free throw shooters to prevent easy baskets instead of trying to play proper defense. For other foul scenarios (player control for ex.) you only get 2 shots because these are truly bonus points when not in the act of shooting. 3. Modification to overtime rules for players that have fouled out... Players still get 5 fouls total (the fifth gets you ejected)... but IF the game goes to overtime, all fouled-out players are eligible again with 1 less foul. IF you foul again, you are out again unless the game goes to another overtime. Even if MY team wins... I hate my team winning in overtime because the other team's best player fouled out in regulation and then the overtime plays differently than the rest of the game up until then. I want my team to win in regulation if they need to foul out the other team to do so... IF they can't do that, then they should have to work harder in overtime with those players back on the court again. I may think of more... but these came to mind. Thoughts?