Loyola-Chicago's lucky nun gets her Final Four ring

Sister Jean, the Ramblers' 99-year-old team chaplain who inspired the men's basketball team's March Madness run, was surprised with a Final Four ring.
0:36 | 11/28/18

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The celebration for the Nunn who stole the nation's hard during the men's final four you are younger sisters you. He helped inspire the revelers during that March Madness Cinderella squad for the team returned favor last night surprisingly now 99 year old. With the final warm rain look at a subordinate he called himself an international celebrity last year judging by the reaction last night. It's got it that a strong arm just. Angry and as you have no signature shoe company.

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