Skip to comments.Utah AG takes football antitrust case to Holder, Varney
Posted on 03/03/2010 7:45:24 PM PST by legalwatch
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline)-Big legal troubles could be in store for the college football playoff system that the Utah attorney general says disadvantages his and other states.
Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff said Tuesday that the Bowl Championship Series could face multistate litigation -- and even federal antitrust action -- over the way the BCS chooses its championship game participants.
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I still think the NCAA response should be to go back to the pre-BCS system and have NO championship game. That way, none of the smaller schools will see any of the bowl money.
I think Utah is going to the PAC 10 (soon to be PAC 12)this year and we’ll see if he still pursues this “important piece of litigation”.
The NCAA is a cartel.
“I think Utah is going to the PAC 10 (soon to be PAC 12)this year and well see if he still pursues this important piece of litigation.
Probably. The threat of litigation will be solved then. It’ll be a mystery and a miracle!
The Utah AG has a bad case of lawyeritis. If all you have is the law, everything looks like a court room.
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