After listening to ABC and ESPN broadcasters pontificate all day about how Alabama 'deserves' to be in the BCS National Championship, but especially after listening to the aforentioned broadcasters AFTER OSU's win against Oklahoma as they repeatedly downplayed Oklahoma State's credentials (four wins against top 25 teams, two wins against top 10 teams, and the Big 12 Conference Championship), I had a question come to mind. I don't know the answer, but I think it is a legitimate question that needs to be asked. Can an Alabama booster (or for that matter any booster from any school if circumstances were different) slip $10,000 cash to a broadcaster with the request that the broadcaster "make the case" for Alabama to play in the BCS National Championship game. The NCAA regulates players, coaches and boosters, but who regulates broadcasters? I know that some might think this is not even a question that should be asked, but with so much money on the line in today's college football, I just wondered if it did happen, would it be illegal? I know of no regulation against it, and whose to say that it hasn't happened or is currently happening? Just wondering.