It took nearly two years for the Department of Justice to acknowledge the BCS by sending it and the NCAA a letter, but now the Department of Justice will be meeting with BCS Executive Director Bill Hancock this Tuesday.
"The BCS was carefully created with antitrust laws in mind, and I am confident that it is fully compliant with those laws. It has improved competition by delivering a national championship game between the two top-ranked teams, which only rarely existed before the BCS. It has also dramatically increased access to top-tier bowl games for schools from non-AQ conferences.
"I look forward to a conversation with the attorneys at the Justice Department."
Most likely nothing of significance will come from this meeting, and it may take a few years for the DOJ to make a case or do what they do if they feel there is a legal issue.
At least it's a start to possibly get something done.