"Having an agency swimming so far outside of the very specific lane it was assigned to by Congress is an extremely serious public policy matter, and a growing number of Democrats and Republicans are justifiably concerned about the CFPB's actions, as well as its secrecy, its methodology and its lack of accountability," said Jared Allen, a spokesman for the National Automobile Dealers Association.
"We found ways to lose games," Allen said. "It just wasn't what you thought it was going to be and that's unfortunate. Everybody's got to take their blame for that, players and coaches, it all works hand in hand. I think the cool part about this year is that's gone. It's out of our memory. It's a totally new start. When you bring the type of people they brought in from a staff standpoint, it's almost like going to a Pro Bowl practice."