I look at modding as being able to create different levels or modifying the current ones. This happens a lot in sports games. A game I have talked about before is Tiger Woods Golf. In every version of Tiger Woods you are able to create your own golf course and play tournaments on that course. In most sports games you are allowed to enter into a manager modd and begin creating a team as well as a venue for your team to play in. In NCAA football a gamer is able to create a player and do different drills to improve the stats of this player. The gamer is then able to put his player onto a team he created and begin attempting to win a National Championship with this team. Modding is very popular in sports games because it gives gamers something extra to look at and always leaves some excitment in the game no matter how long you have played it. This is why I love sports games so much because they allow you to build your own franchise and make you feel like you are running a college program, or the creater of an amazing golf course.