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Head coach Dan Hurley and Coaches vs. Cancer look to "Stomp Out Cancer," Jan. 25

Join head coach Dan Hurley, his wife Andrea, and Coaches vs. Cancer as they look to "Stomp Out Cancer" on Saturday, Jan. 25 in conjunction with the nationally televised Rhode Island/Dayton game on the CBS Sports Network.

Hurley and his staff will participate in the annual Coaches vs. Cancer Suits and Sneakers Awareness Weekend. From Jan. 24-26, coaches around the country will unite to fight cancer and raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society. Wearing sneakers on the sideline serves as a visual reminder that prevention is key when it comes to blocking cancer before it takes center court in our lives.

All fans are encouraged to wear…

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