Why is it people in public office who cant address the problems we are really dealing with have time to weigh into the arena of sports where they have little business. Yes I know antitrust and interstate commerce technically grants Congress oversight into much of sports but lets take a look
a) economy in tank, foreign threats abound, energy issues with oil .... but congressmen from Texas find the most perplexing issue is the BCS. Now I want it changed and a playoff for sure. But I don't want Congress involved. Especially when just some homer UT congressmen who saw no issue until they were jumped and would doubtfully have no issue if they went and ttech snubbed in 3 way tie.
b) Utah - does the AG in Utah have really that little to do. How about some sect or weird cult to breakup. Anything. So you jump into the BCS which Utah (a state school) who is part of the conferences that AGREED to the system is part of. How do you represent the state as AG then indirectly sue who you represent. Stay out of it really. Deal with more pressing matters. Besides good luck proving a conspiracy when UTAH and their conference agreed to get in bed with the BCS streetwalker
I want changes but taxpayer $ is not for you to bandwagon for the Utes