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Watch These 13 Famous Athletes Cry in Public

Tom Hanks's character Jimmy Dugan famously said in 'A League Of Their Own' that "There's no crying in baseball." But that warning hasn't stopped some of professional sports' top players from showing their softer side from time to time. Here's a look back at sports' most memorable crying athletes.

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Saint Louis Billikens
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What’s a Billiken, and How’d It Find Its Way to St. Louis?

St. Louis University is seeded fourth in this year's NCAA Tournament, and they're a sentimental favorite for a lot of hoops fans this year. In December, their coach, Rick Majerus, died of heart failure at the age of 64. The team dedicated their season to the memory of their coach.

But an additional reason to root for St. Louis is their mascot: the Billiken. What exactly is a Billiken anyway?

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5 Brothers Besides the Harbaughs Who Faced Off For a Championship

Coaching brothers John and Jim Harbaugh are set to square off in the Super Bowl next month when the Ravens and the 49ers meet in the big game. This is every brother's dream, fulfilled; a nationally televised competition to see which brother reigns supreme, fueled by a combination of sibling rivalry and professional glory. It's also not the only time in history that it's happened.

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NBA coaches
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What Current NBA Coach Was the Best Basketball Player?

With Mike D'Antoni returning to the sidelines as the Lakers coach, he brings with him a long career of basketball acumen, both from his time as a coach and as a player. Kobe Bryant reportedly grew up watching D'Antoni play in Italy. But how does D'Antoni measure up against the competition? Here's a look at how current NBA coaches fared in their playing careers:

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