Shurtleff needs to just drop it.As Naval Vet said, the problems have
basically been corrected. And spending time/money on college football isn't
the sort of thing law enforcement officials should focus on.
"Dennis Dodd of cbssports.com reports on the determination of Utah attorney
general Mark Shurtleff to file suit against the BCS, even though the Utes are
now in the Pac-12."---Of COURSE he's still
after the BCS. His vendetta was never about Utah in the FIRST place. It was
about that mid-majorey program down in Provostan where he got his undergraduate
degree. He only used the 2008 Utes as an excuse to launch his campaign against
the BCS, since it wasn't as if the Indy-WACers were going to do something
to validate tearing it down. The BCS really WAS a problem in the past, but once
Utah, TCU, and Boise State were invited to join the big boy leagues, that pretty
much solved the inequality issues. No other mid-majors were showing they
deserved BCS consideration.