What if Notre Dame could convince a team with two quarterbacks to send one its way? What could USC get in return if Marqise Lee was put on the trading block? What is a hefty check worth if a team wanted to try to shop for a certain player?
Of course, none of this will ever happen, but college football would be much better off if trades were involved. The concept is quite simple: It must benefit both programs, and both players must agree to the terms.
After all, these are still students we're talking about. If everything is a go, you hit the send button and make it happen.
Some players are stuck in horrible situations, playing for a lousy coach they didn't sign up for or stuck on the bench. Some programs are top heavy at one position but need help in others. Trades could help fix all of these issues and make the world a much better place.