"While I appreciate your interest, I believe that decisions about college football should be made by university presidents, athletics directors, coaches and conference commissioners rather than by members of Congress,"
Said Bill Hancock, BCS President in his response to two U.S. Senators who 'are unhappy about the way (college football) determines its champion.'
A five-page letter and six more pages of information pulled from the BCS website about how revenue is distributed, teams are selected and the system is run were sent to Hatch (R-Utah) and fellow Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.).
That's a pretty big mind your own business notice, emblematic of a high standard of confidence in one's power position.
If you were BCS Prez, would you flip the figurative bird to congressional or senatorial regulators?
Say hello to my l'itt'l friend (26 votes)
Seems easy enough to avoid provoking; I'd probably continue to trot out PR bromides instead (7 votes)
Ohio State Sucks (112 votes)
145 total votes