One regent from the University of New Mexico is encouraging the Lobos to join the Utah Attorney General's suit against the BCS. This is just one regent at one small school, but it is enough to get people somewhat excited about the prospects of a legal showdown between the BCS and schools who accuse it of violating antitrust law.
It is also enough for us to point out that if you're going into a fight of any sort, you might as well take Mike Locksley, current New Mexico coach, along for the tussle. He's pretty good in a scrap, and though the 2-22 record as a head coach might be a source of some concern to the uninformed reader, I wouldn't worry about it. It would be appropriate, after all: the chances of winning an antitrust suit of any kind, much less one involving a shadowy quasi-organization like the BCS, are about the same as those of Mike Locksley winning a football game as a head coach.