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February 28, 2014 9:23 AM

Friday Five: Norm Stewart edition, of Self and a cell phone, Phog, Tubbs, Orr and MU-KU

Twenty-five years ago this month, Missouri basketball coach Norm Stewart collapsed on the Tigers’ flight to a game against Oklahoma in Norman. He had cancer, which one way or another has marked his life since. His work for the American Cancer Society by way of Coaches vs. Cancer has led to around $90 million raised for the cause, in which Stewart remains deeply invested even after his 79th birthday.

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