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March Madness, the FBI and the NCAA




A detail of giant NCAA logo is seen outside of the stadium on the practice day prior to the NCAA Men's Final Four at the Georgia Dome on April 5, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia.
A detail of giant NCAA logo is seen outside of the stadium on the practice day prior to the NCAA Men's Final Four at the Georgia Dome on April 5, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia.
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March madness is about to kick into high gear, and usually that means a lot of excitement and money for the National Collegiate Athletic Association. 

The NCAA generates almost a billion dollars a year in revenue, and most of comes from the men's basketball tournament, with much of it going back to member schools. 

But a recent FBI probe into corruption in college sports has made a lot of people even more critical of the NCAA ... even NBA superstar LeBron James (who famously skipped college to go pro) weighed in on the topic.

We'll talk about it with regular contributors Andy and Brian Kamenetzky.