And we should be careful in this conversation, because I also feel strongly that IQ needs to have the impact that it does today. It gives non-BCS teams the opportunity to be more competitive (crucial), and it allows for a lot more team building and strategy. So I hope that doesn't change.
But ideally, something would change when it comes to EEs that, as prof puts it, removes (or at least significantly reduces) the "determinative luck" element.
mamxet's suggestion of making this a part of recruiting scouting is definitely one way to go, and would be an improvement. This way, you know which guys are more likely to leave vs. stay, and you can make strategic decisions accordingly. I think it would not only help the EE issue being addressed in this thread, but would also make for a richer experience in recruiting/team building.
Since that would take more work, a more simply solution where they made it more difficult for teams to get gutted would be a welcome change, too. And that would be pretty easy to implement. I've pitched that to seble previously, and at least at the time, he argued with me and basically didn't get it. I think just about anyone playing at the highest levels of DI does.