Matt 'Money' Smith

'Petros and Money'

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Co-host of the Petros and Money show on KLAC-AM 570, which is also heard nationally on Fox Sports Radio

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For years, colleges and universities have made big money on their marquee sports programs, especially football and basketball.

NCAA athletes will be able to profit from their fame

For years, colleges and universities have made big money on their marquee sports programs, especially football and basketball.

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Dodger Stadium will host next year’s All Star game. It'll be the first time that’s happened since 1980, when legendary play-by-play announcer Keith Jackson was in the booth.

Dodger Stadium gets a $100 million makeover

Dodger Stadium will host next year’s All Star game. It'll be the first time that’s happened since 1980, when legendary play-by-play announcer Keith Jackson was in the booth.

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In 2001, wrestling impresario Vince McMahon launched the XFL,   a professional American football league operated by the World Wrestling Federation and NBC.

The XFL returns to LA

In 2001, wrestling impresario Vince McMahon launched the XFL, a professional American football league operated by the World Wrestling Federation and NBC.

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