The article discusses the U.S. college football Bowl Championship Series (BCS) as of September 2012, focusing on the potential anti-trust implications of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's (NCAA) BCS system of individual bowl games, as well as several calls for the NCAA to implement a traditional playoff system for determining a national champion. The possibility of a successful Sherman Anti-Trust Act lawsuit against the NCAA is also addressed.
David L. Ricci,
The Worst Form of Championship, Except for All of the Others that Have Been Tried: Analyzing the Potential Anti-Trust Vulnerability of the Bowl Championship Series,
Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports L.J.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.law.villanova.edu/mslj/vol19/iss2/5