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  • Chauncey the Chanticleer, the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers mascot.

    Joe Moglia successfully guided TD Ameritrade through the "Armegeddon" of the financial crisis. Then, he went back to land his dream job.

  • Quarterback Jameis Winston #5 of the Florida State Seminoles.

    Jameis Winston can play football, the Florida State quarterback is expected to be a top two draft pick but is he marketable?

  • Pat Haden talks NCAA, Reggie Bush & the markets

    Outspoken USC Athletic Director Pat Haden talks college football, Indiana law, the stock market, his desire for the new Apple Watch, and reveals his feelings about whether Reggie Bush should be welcomed back on campus.

  • Premier League TV rights: Did Sky pay too much?

    Discussing BT & Sky's £5.1 billion payment for the TV rights to the English Premier League, Ian Whittaker, media analyst at Liberum Capital, asks whether it was worth it.

  • UK Football: 'Huge British export'

    Over the last year, Premiere League clubs spent £950 million on transfer fees. Jon Smith, CEO of The First Artist Company, talks about the Premiere League soccer stars' super salaries.

  • Quarterback Cardale Jones of the Ohio State Buckeyes celebrates after defeating the Oregon Ducks 42 to 20 in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game at AT&T Stadium on January 12, 2015 in Arlington, Texas.

    Furniture stores in Ohio and Kentucky are set to pay out $1.5 million to customers after Ohio State's college football championship victory.

  • Buckeyes capture national title

    Eric Chemi, CNBC's senior editor-at-large, and Dave Briggs, NBC Sports, discuss the title game between Oregon and Ohio State.

  • NFL playoffs in full swing

    Dave Briggs, NBC Sports, takes a look at Monday night's college football playoff championship game, and week two of the NFL playoffs.

  • Cashing in on college bowl bonanza

    David Briggs, NBC Sports, discusses the big action in college football and why Allstate showed how to sponsor a bowl game.

  • Blake Sims of the Alabama Crimson Tide

    In establishing a national championship playoff, college football's power players boosted the sport's ability to rake in revenue.

  • Happy birthday LeBron & Tiger!

    Dave Briggs, NBC Sports, discusses NBA's LeBron James and PGA's Tiger Woods' birthday. And Briggs, discusses Jim Harbaugh's possible return to Michigan as head coach.

  • Big biz of college bowl swag

    Dave Briggs, NBC Sports, discusses the big business of college football games.

  • $48 Million for a college coach?

    Are high college football coaching salaries justified? Steve Olenick, Kantor Davidoff partner, and Andrew Zimbalist, Robert A. Woods, weigh in.

  • Monday morning quarterback

    The "Squawk Box" news team and Dave Briggs, NBC Sports, discuss this year's World Series playoff, and week 8 in the NFL.

  • Ajit Pai, Federal Communications Commission

    FCC commissioner Ajit Pai doesn't expect the NFL to rush to pay TV now that TV blackouts are banned.

  • Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett arrives at the Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting in Omaha, Neb.

    While at the MGM Grand for the Floyd Mayweather fight, billionaire investor Warren Buffett decided to branch out from stock picks and bet on a sports book.

  • Big biz of bookmaking

    The pro football season is preparing to kick off, but one Las Vegas bookmaker has already picked the winner of Super Bowl XLIX.

  • $1 Million furniture giveaway

    Shoppers at Ashley Furniture are getting $1 million in free stuff, after the owner in College Station, Texas, said it would reimburse anything bought last week if A&M Aggies beat South Carolina Gamecocks by more than 10 points. Mark Wilks, Ashley Furniture Store owner, says he's happy about the deal.

  • Helmet Cam by Sports Video Innovations.

    A new helmet with an embedded HD video camera is taking professional and college football by storm.

  • A student rides a bicycle past the bell tower on the campus of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.

    The seemingly "unlimited ability" of colleges to increase costs has "run its course" as a business model for higher education, Purdue's Mitch Daniels tells CNBC.