This use to be a hot topic but I have really not seen anything about it this year. It appears to me somewhere about October the field was overseeded with Rye grass to keep it green for the winter months. Ever since then the field has been exceedingly slick making the players look like Gulf Coast Texans driving on frozen highways. The slighest attempt to cut back and their feet slide right out from under them. I first noticed this in the High School playoffs in which the field had a significant impact on the game. There is no way to run full out one way and try to cut back, your feet go right out from under you. The most obvious slips from yesterday were the Texans first pass (fiirst play ?) Andre fell down coming out of his cut. Don't know if you could see this on TV. Most probably just counted it as a bad pass. The other was at the end of the game on Carr's bootleg. There were plenty of others in between. I remember Faggins slipping badly on one of the Tennessee touchdown runs. Anybody else notice how horrible it has been ? Is it really necessary to overseed with Rye grass when you have a roof to protect the Bermuda from freezes and should be able to keep it acceptably green during the year ? With the way the field has been at least one double reverse a game should have been called. Several defensive players would fall down just from trying to change directions.