Arizona state Sen. Rich Crandall, R-Mesa, talks about the latest involvement of Arizona politicians with the Fiesta Bowl scandal at the Arizona Capitol Wednesday, March 30, 2011, in Phoenix.
The Fiesta Bowl offices were temporarily closed Wednesday, May 11, 2011 in Scottsdale, Ariz. when a ruling came down from the BCS presidential oversight committee to let the Fiesta Bowl remain part of the system for deciding college football's national champion. The Fiesta Bowl will be allowed to remain part of the Bowl Championship Series, though it must pay a $1 million fine for apparent illegal campaign contributions and inappropriate spending. (AP Photo/Matt York)
Andrei Cherny, Ron Gould
State Chairman of the Arizona Democratic Party Andrei Cherny, right, talks about the latest involvement of Arizona Republican politicians with the Fiesta Bowl scandal, as state Sen. Ron Gould, R-Lake Havasu City, listens in, at the Arizona Capitol Wednesday, March 30, 2011, in Phoenix.
Chris Petersen, John Junker
In this Dec. 28, 2009 file photo, Boise State coach Chris Petersen, left, is greeted by Fiesta Bowl president John Junker, right, after Petersen disembarked off a charter flight at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix. Junker, who in two decades directed the once upstart bowl to the land of the BCS giants, was placed on paid administrative leave a month ago as an internal examination into the event's financial and political dealings proceeds. (AP Photo/Paul Connors, File)
In this May 9, 2011 photo, from left, attorney John Bouma, Sen. Russell Pearce, Attorney General Tom Horne and Gov. Jan Brewer, hold a news conference to announce the state's decision to appeal to the United States Supreme Court by July 11, a decision by a lower court that put the most controversial parts of the state's immigration enforcement law on hold, in Phoenix.