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Siege the BCS

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Playoff PAC asked that the appropriate parties bring the appropriate actions against the violators of “important state campaign finance laws” and the result has led to the Attorney General of Arizona to impanel a grand jury. I could email Executive Director of the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) Bill Hancock but he wouldn’t respond. But soon, other people will ask him why 25% of the bowls of the agreement he oversees is receiving attention from the Arizona’s AG. That would be more continued silenced for Mr. Hancock because like said before; Mr. Hancock knows who organizes the Fiesta Bowl. If Dan Wetzel is a “friend” of Mr. Hancock, wouldn’t Fiesta Bowl CEO John Junker be too? Hancock’s use of “friends” is interesting. Wetzel doesn’t believe that the BCS is in the best interests of the schools.Doesn’t Junker believe the BCS is in the best interests of the schools? Yes. That is why they cheat and break laws. They don’t feel that anyone will ever step to them. I celebrate Playoff PAC’s efforts. This legal complaint has Bill contemplating what comes next. THis shows us, as citizens, we have the right to file complaints when people are violating laws. The KP Coalition has not filed an antitrust complaint. We have recieved a response from Washington State University and will be one step closer to recieving the University of Washington's. Nov 22, 2010, NPR invited Wetzel and Hancock to talk about the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) post-season. Hancock was faced with the question form Neal Conan, “Is it time to stop a system that enriches only a few people and institute a playoff system that would enrich the colleges and the universities.” Hancock responded no. He and I have opposing views.