SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff is once again seeking antitrust law firms to join a potential federal lawsuit aimed at disbanding the BCS.
Shurtleff says he has begun the process of selecting a legal team to investigate and possibly sue the Bowl Championship Series.
He says there are "serious antitrust violations" in the BCS system, which is used to crown a national champion in college football. He sought similar proposals from law firms in April, accusing the BCS of being an illegal monopoly.
Shurtleff says it doesn't matter that the University of Utah will join the BCS in the Pac-12 Conference. He says the same flawed system remains.
The U.S. Justice Department's antitrust division also plans to meet with the BCS for a briefing on how the series operates.