Hey, good to see that the Government is considering taking legal action against the Bowl Championship Series in college football. It's ridiculous that the people running this competition - the TV networks and the major collegiate athletic conferences - should be allowed determine who the "best" team is using rules that may not be logically optimum.
While they're at it, maybe we could get some prosecutors on narrow NHL rinks, answering the question of whether the NBA regular season is, in fact meaningless (perhaps they could order a return to short series in the first round?), and the absurd pickup hoops rule that "Offense calls fouls." After that, perhaps the Supreme Court can tackle the thorny question that's been plaguing the Republic for years, "exactly how many gears may a top drawer rear cassette have, and what is the constitutional minimum below which manufacturers cannot dip?" Rumor has it that Congress is also working on a legislative solution to the difficult problem of Cat 4 racers trying to pass on that turn right before the uphill at Carl Dolan.