WF 1 - VT 0 https://www.espn.com/college-football/game/_/gameId/400547828If they're going to change something about OT games, it should be that OT-period scoring and stats don't count. Lotta inflated scores and stats due to OT games. The final score should just be +1 to the winning team.
Not according to this:That's sort of the point. I'm not sure why you prefer the pro overtime then, though, since it even more heavily favors the team that wins the coin toss.
Got me there. Nonetheless, an NFL team isn't even guaranteed a possession, which is just silly, especially as the league trends toward offensive-friendly rules.Not according to this:
First call: Would NFL be better off going with college overtime rules? | TribLIVE.com
"In the NFL, 52.7 percent of teams winning the overtime coin toss (and receiving) win the game at some point in overtime, according to Ross Tucker of SiriusXM NFL Radio. In college football, the team that wins the coin toss (and defers) wins 54.9 percent of the time."