I love the big pass play in college football. In fact, one of my fondest football memories is the Andre Woodson to Stevie Johnson touchdown pass to beat Louisville in 2007. Even today, watching that play on YouTube gives me goose bumps. One thing I don’t care for, however, is the “expert” in the stands constantly yelling at the offensive coordinator to “throw the deep ball!” As much as I love them, those are low-percentage plays that are prone to incompletions or, worse, interceptions. They add risk to the team’s goals to score and win and should only be employed within the overall game plan.