This is the best variation of “doesn’t the Justice Department have better things to do with its time than go after the BCS?” I’ve seen, bar none.
The Justice Department has had little to say over a series of impending mergers that will limit competition and drive up prices for cable television and cell phone services. AT&T’s acquisition of T-Mobile and Comcast’s acquisition of NBC/Universal haven’t raised too many concerns among federal anti-trust watchdogs.
Those investigators are hot on the trail of another entity that, while an anti-competitive monopoly, poses little threat to the average consumer.
DOJ investigators last week asked the NCAA to explain why major college football is the only NCAA sport that does not have a playoff…
And that’s the lede from an anti-BCS editorial. Well played, indeed, folks.