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Loyola's Sister Jean Presented With Final Four Ring After March Madness Run

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Jim Calhoun retired from the University of Connecticut in 2012, but has now returned to the game as the head coach of a NCAA Division III program in West Hartford, Conn. Frankie Graziano/Connecticut Public Radio hide caption

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'Seduced By The Game' - Hall Of Fame Coach Returns To The Court

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Defending world champion Magnus Carlsen, who is Norwegian, decisively beat his opponent, American Fabiano Caruana, at the World Chess Championship on Wednesday in London. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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Fernando LaFuente did not learn of his death until this week, days after his former team falsely reported it to the Leinster Senior Football League Nicolò Campo/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Freedom Of Movement Rule May Be The Cause Of High-Scoring NBA Games

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Time For A Tiebreaker In Deadlocked World Chess Championship

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Reigning chess world champion Magnus Carlsen (right), from Norway, plays Italian-American challenger Fabiano Caruana in the first few minutes of round 12 of their World Chess Championship match on Monday in London. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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Dozens of members of the University of Washington marching band, shown here in 2017, were transported to hospitals after a bus overturned on Thursday. Christopher Mast/Icon Sportswire/Getty Images hide caption

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Soccer Fans With Heart Conditions Offered Special Game Broadcasts

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Atlanta Falcons Cut The Prices For Their Stadium Food, But Is It Working Out?

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Father Of Illinois High School Football Player Poses As Referee

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Deadspin's Ben Tippet On World Chess Championship

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