WASHINGTON — The head of the Bowl Championship Series thinks Congress “has more important things to do” than look into the way his group distributes money to college football conferences.
Still, BCS executive director Bill Hancock said Wednesday he will respond to a question-filled letter sent to him by two U.S. senators.
“I’m looking forward to taking a longer look at the letter. I sure do think that Congress has more important things to do, with all the issues facing our country,” Hancock said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press. “The BCS is fair. Access is fair. Revenue is distributed fairly. And frankly, we welcome the opportunity to tell our story every chance we get.”