Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt has attended all but maybe two home hoops games in the past 20 years. As the team's chaplain, she's one of its biggest and most valuable and knowledgeable fans.
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Breaking Down The Bachelor: Rachel on The Bachelorette
Sarah Spain of espnW and ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. discuss the surprise revelation that Rachel Lindsay will be on The Bachelorette.
Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt has attended all but maybe two home hoops games in the past 20 years. As the team's chaplain, she's one of its biggest and most valuable and knowledgeable fans. Read more ...
The Conversation: Saturday Night Live's Leslie Jones
espnW's Allison Glock sits down with "Saturday Night Live" star and actress Leslie Jones for a candid and comedic conversation.
During practice last week, the Bloomington-Normal Angels U14 softball team decided to play a friendly game of dodgeball. And from the looks of things, they likely won't be doing that again. Read more ...
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