ACC commish says BCS complies with laws

Don’t like the bowls? Then you won’t like whatever idiotic system politicians or the courts develop. Fortunately, the BCS believes it can defend itself against any legal challenges.

AP: With the Utah attorney general investigating the bowl system for a possible antitrust violation, Atlantic Coast Conference commissioner and BCS coordinator John Swofford said the BCS has carefully considered the legality of its format. “We’ve attempted to make every effort to make certain that any structure of the BCS is within the antitrust laws. Our legal people are comfortable that the BCS structure is,” Swofford said during a Football Writers of American Association meeting. “Obviously if there are any aspects of it that we should be doing differently, we would adjust that.”

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