"Two university professors use a football playbook to teach net present value, IPO pricing, risk-shifting and more to undergrads and MBA candidates. When New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was spotted by paparazzi wearing a walking cast on his foot, a shock wave rumbled through Patriot nation. The frightful images also sent bookmakers scurrying to rework betting lines. A potential injury to the seemingly unstoppable New England quarterback had odds makers reworking the Super Bowl point spread, knocking two points off of the original calculation and making the Patriots a 12-point favorite over the New York Giants. The Brady boot incident is an example of the efficient-markets hypothesis..."
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