Employees being reimbursed for political contributions. Four-day junkets to Pebble Beach. A trip to a strip club. Paying for personal country club memberships and a wedding for a top executive. All under the guise of a nonprofit organization.
While a 276-page report this week detailed misconduct by Fiesta Bowl officials that could bring felony charges, the Bowl Championship Series has been painting actions of the postseason game as isolated misconduct.
But Playoff PAC, the federal political committee dedicated to establishing a competitive postseason championship for big-time college football, suggests other BCS games are also engaging in misconduct. It released a statement Wednesday that detailed irregularities at the Orange and Sugar bowls.
Among its claims: