Actually this made me realize, I wish college football still had ties. I didn't like the old way, with no overtime at all, but I'd like to see the game end in a tie after two overtimes, rather than the current "you have to go for two" model. I have no problem with ties as an outcome, and in the case of the 49ers and Rams, after how they played in the overtime period, it was an appropriate outcome.
I can't believe I'm going from my team playing Trestman twice a year (but at least OOC) to playing him twice and competing with him for the division. I'm hoping it fails, because that benefits both teams, but I'm nervous as hell.