Alma seems to think it will happen eventually since they built shot clocks attached to the backboards (like the NBA). (Alma actually hosted a UAFS college game once and it was used then.)
My opinion on this:
I agree that the stall game is boring to watch, but shot clock would have two negatives at least..
1. Costs (mentioned earlier). Each team would have to find a shot clock that could be seen on both ends of the court. Not every team would need to do the shot clock attached to the backboard, but clocks beside the scoreboard would work. Still a tough task that would need to be overcome at EVERY school.
2. Pace of the game. 35 seconds seems too low to me. There's some boys teams out there that would be greatly punished if their offense was limited to 35 seconds each possession. I think 45 seconds and maybe even 50 seconds would be more appropriate, but even then I wonder if it would affect slow down teams in a negative way. I know good girls teams that take 40-50 seconds on a lot of possessions. (which brings up another question, would we do this for girls too?)
I am actually for shot clocks, but I wonder about the average possession of some good slow down teams.