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Ex-CEO Turning Profit on Sidelines

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Forget Notre Dame. The most astonishingly unlikely story in college football this year so far is the rise of Coastal Carolina.

In case you've missed it, the Chanticleers, who've been riding a hot streak of late, are preparing for a showdown this Saturday at Old Dominion in the round of 16 of the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs—an event previously known as Division I-AA.

But what's most remarkable about this team is the resume of its 63-year-old, first–year head coach, Joe Moglia. Five years ago, Moglia was the chief executive of TD Ameritrade, Read Full Article »

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