Sister Jean licenses name, image for Loyola, gets 'bestselling bobblehead ever'
The chaplain of the Loyola-Chicago University basketball team that is on a winning streak in the NCAA Final Four has given permission to license her name and image for her beloved Ramblers.
Georgia and Alabama are competing for the college football national championship.
This week's top stories include the devastation in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria, the failure of the health care bill, and the death of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner at the age of 91.
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Doctors at Boston University determined Hernandez, a former New England Patriots star who committed suicide in prison, had an advanced form of the brain disease CTE.
Donald De La Haye, a place kicker for the University of Central Florida, lost his scholarship after he was forced by the school and NCAA to choose between his monetized YouTube channel and football.
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
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ABC News' Rick Klein and ESPN's Andy Katz find out Sen. Amy Klobuchar's March Madness picks.