I’m watching the BCS Championship, and I’m wondering why the networks never provide synchronized split-screen replays in football games so that the viewer (and the officials) might be able to triangulate the position of the ball or the player in question at a critical moment.  The individual replays of the Gators’ Percy Harvin’s TD rush did nothing to establish the position of the ball when his knee was down, but the side and goal camera angles combined and synched would have easily done the job.