i'm sitting here watching monday night football, and their halftime show is on. they have a feature called "7 days to monday night." A camera crew follows a player or coach or team around for the week before the game, and then some of that footage is shown so people can see what a week is like in these guys lives. I think it's the best halftime/intermission feature (for any sport) going right now. So i'm thinking why doesn't ESPN do this for their Soccer Saturday games? This kind of halftime feature would be 10 times better than the current Payssee/Smyth or whatever they're showing right now. Here's the idea: send a camera guy (or crew) to each team that will be playing on that week's game. they can get stuff for the 3 or 4 days prior to the game. send rob with one team and ty with the other. what the heck else are these guys doing during the week? they could do interviews which could be used for whatever highlights show we have going at that time or in the future-Sportscenter. Screw whatever other halftime stuff they have going now, this would actually keep the viewer's attention. Right now, it's just a 15 minute break to do whatever. This would make good TV. People would watch. That's what we want. The idea probably needs refining, what do you think?