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The next NFL commish

Mar 24, 2006
ESPN.com editor Michael Knisley talks to host Scott Jagow about the challenges facing the successor to outgoing NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue.
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End of an NFL era

Mar 23, 2006
National Football League Commissioner Paul Tagliabue has announced he will retire in July. Sports business expert David Carter talks about Tagliabue's impact on the league with host Mark Austin Thomas.
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High-priced coaches

Mar 16, 2006
As March Madness spreads across the nation, host Kai Ryssdal talks with business-of-sports analyst Diana Nyad about the trend of highly-paid college basketball coaches.
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A full-court press on online gambling

Mar 16, 2006
As March Madness betting kicks into high gear, a House committee considers a bill to block online gambling by barring banks and credit cards from processing gaming payments. Scott Tong reports.
Posted In: Sports, Washington

NCAA hoops for free

Mar 16, 2006
CBS is making games from the NCAA basketball tournament available for free online. It's making its money off advertising. Tess Vigeland reports.
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Hot hands

Mar 15, 2006
There's a field of study on the "hot hands" theory and whether there's evidence for winning streaks in everything from basketball to the stock market. In honor of March Madness, Scott Tong dives in with some economists to see if more than just luck is involved.
Posted In: Economy, Sports

Worst Company

Mar 13, 2006
Consumerist.com has its own March Madness going on that has nothing to do with basketball: an online tournament for the worst company in America. WHYY's Ian Chillag reports on the "final four" competition, which begins today.
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Wait until next year

Mar 10, 2006
Many critics are already calling the inaugural World Baseball Classic a bust, but business of sports expert Diana Nyad tells host Scott Jagow the event is really more about the future than the present.
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NFL and its players go long

Mar 9, 2006
The National Football League has reached a contract agreement with its players, ensuring six years of labor peace. Tess Vigeland looks at how the league succeeds where other sports fail.
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The Classic: Safe or out?

Mar 9, 2006
One week into the inaugural World Baseball Classic, host Cheryl Glaser and business of sports expert David Carter examine whether it's doing much to attract more fans to the game.
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