I agree in that it's getting more and more difficult to keep other teams from scoring, even if you have a great defense. I mean, not even Alabama has been able to do it, although they've been the best at it in recent years. The quicker you score, the more possessions the other team will have. Your D will get gassed at some point.
But the "someone" you're talking about that will move to a traditional ball control offense already exist. Sparty and Stanford are already having great success with this, obviously. Their style really cuts down on possessions for the game, and makes the other team remain patient. It's a big reason why Tresselball was so successful for us. I think you will eventually see more teams move back to a more traditional, pro-style offense b/c right now, teams like Stanford and Sparty are rarities in today's college game, and thus can be difficult for defenses to prepare for since they don't see that style very often anymore.