10 Rule Changes College Basketball Should Consider Implementing

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10 Rule Changes College Basketball Should Consider Implementing
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Any college basketball fan could tell you that the game would benefit from experimenting with some rule changes.

Most of these proposed changes are minor and are intended to "fix" college basketball's endgame, but each one could have a massive effect on the way the game is played.

From oft-debated ideas like reducing the shot clock to possibly insane notions like adding a four-point shot, we've proposed 10 changes that should be considered sooner than later.

Be sure to add your own rule-change proposals in the comments, but try to come up with something better than, "Ban Duke from the NCAA tournament forever."

Please note that these rule changes are only concerned with actual on-court product. If you want to argue for players getting paid, changing the NCAA tournament selection process or amending the one-and-done rule to keep players in school longer, save it for another day.

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