Some football fans are putting together a legal fund to fight the BCS.
They hope to raise $3 million to sue the BCS. The nonprofit group launched www.bcswatchdog.com on Sunday; the same day the BCS bowls were announced.
The Deseret News reports the group was founded by a BYU graduate who argues that the BCS way of picking a national champion violates the federal Sherman Antitrust Act.
BCSwatchdog.com has gathered $3,700 so far. Most donations have come from BYU fans, followed by the University of Utah and Ohio State.
KSL Nightside talked with Web site founder Michael Capener. Follow the related link to hear the interview.