The BCS's executive director Bill Hancock will meet with the Department of Justice's antitrust division. He's characterizing it as a voluntary informational session, so this is not under subpoena or anything.
Hancock, of course, believes the BCS to be on solid ground legally. I'm not well versed in antitrust law enough to say whether it is or not, but some who know more than I do want to challenge it.
Hopefully this meeting will provide clarity as to whether the government will act or not. At this point, I don't care much about the nuance anymore. I just want to know yes or no on if the feds will bring a lawsuit.