Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski took a shot at college football on Sunday and may have provided testimony for any future lawsuits against the Bowl Championship Series.
Krzyzewski said there was no way a team such as Butler could make it to the championship game in football.
"It's a completely different animal," Krzyzewski said. "And they don't have a system that would allow a smaller school to get into the spotlight with the BCS. They know what the heck they're doing as far as monopoly."
Duke football is a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference, one of the six original BCS conferences.
And Duke's athletic director is Kevin White, the former AD at Notre Dame, another BCS school that is against a playoff in college football.
"That's why I think our tournament has captured America, because everybody can get in it," Krzyzewski said.
Krzyzewski's statement may get put to the test next year when Boise State, which returns almost all its starters off an undefeated team, likely enters the football season ranked in the top five.