College football playoff boosters form PAC

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Advocates of a playoff system to replace
college football's Bowl Championship Series have formed a political
action committee.
The Playoff PAC, launched Monday, aims to help elect lawmakers
who support changing the system for selecting a national football
champion. The complex system of computer rankings and polls often
draws criticism.
The hope is that if there's enough pressure from Congress, the
BCS will voluntarily change to a playoff system.
One of Playoff PAC's founders, Washington lawyer Matthew
Sanderson, is a graduate of the University of Utah. Its football
team was passed over for last year's national championship even
though it was undefeated in the regular season.