This one seems like a no-brainer.
In the past week, Scotland has endured hurricane-force winds, ice, snow and fog—and we've only just entered December.
The weather is bound to deteriorate further and games will definitely be called off, like this past Saturday's Dunfermline-Kilmarnock game was.
The top dogs at the SFA have been considering moving the Scottish season from its current August-May setup to March-November, which would bring it in line with the likes of Norway, Finland, Sweden and Russia, who all lie on the same longitude as Scotland on the world map.
This change would give Scottish clubs an edge in the European competitions of August, and would also increase stadium attendances, as fans are more likely to go to games in the warm summer months rather than the cold, wet winter days.
And to top it all off, the standard of football would improve too due to the excellent footballing conditions.
Why hasn't this change been implemented already?!