So the UFL is trying to spice up its league by relaxing many of the starchy rules the NFL has in place.
OK, this is where I will say it YET AGAIN:
There is only one NFL "rule" that the UFL has to change that will guarantee (a) tons of attention, (b) tons of NFL-level talent and (c) defensible market position as a true "minor" league:
Allow in any player with at least one year of college football experience.
That means the UFL could draft players after their freshman year or sophomore year -- because the NFL won't let them in. Even if those players are clearly NFL-ready or NFL-worthy.
It's so simple. It's so freaking simple.
At the very least, I wish someone in the league would at least explain to me why they WON'T do it. At least show me that they have evaluated the idea -- but (inanely) rejected it.