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Mad Money Back Home From IU

Well, the Mad Money Back to School Tour show at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business yesterday was as intense as Bobby Knight, but the energy was infinitely more positive than the infamous IU chair hurler.

A fantastic interview with Mark Cuban led to the billionaire's first public comments on whether or not he's looking to buy the Chicago Cubs at the end of this year's baseball season. Later, both Cramer and Cuban took questions from students in the audience, which resulted in quite the pep talk from the Dallas Mavericks owner. Students that are part of Kelley's Reese Fund got the chance to pitch their stock ideas to Cramer. And, of course, no Mad Money show would be complete if Cramer didn't bring a stock worth looking at - so he picked an Indiana company he thought was a buy.

Winston Kotzan and the IU Mad Money Club, Dean of Kelley School of Business Dan Smith, and Anne Auer, director of marketing and communications at Kelley, deserve a huge thank you for making this event possible. It was easily one of the best yet.

As usual, the Mad Money train keeps steaming ahead. So be sure to check back tonight at 6 PM ET for another great episode of the show. Cramer will be talking about...oh, right, the lawyers would never let us tell you what's coming up. Mad Money moves markets, you know. Guess you'll just have to tune in.

There's at least one more Back to School Tour stop this spring - The Business School at Georgia Tech. If you need a ticket, or know someone who does, register here.

Questions? Comments? madmoney@cnbc.com

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