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The 98-year-old team chaplain for Loyola-Chicago is getting her own school merchandise.
Sister Jean, the nun who has risen to fame during the Ramblers' run to the Final Four, has given Loyola-Chicago her blessing to license her name and image on school merchandise including more than 25 T-shirt varieties, one of which captures her signature phrase. You can also get them in long sleeves, V-Neck style or in hoodies.
"We weren't going to do anything until she gave her blessing," senior associate athletic director Tom Sorboro at Loyola said. "She didn't ask for anything for herself."
Bobblehead dolls have also been made in Sister Jean's likeness, and preorder sales have gone through the roof. Phil Sklar, Co-Founder and CEO at the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum, said Monday that within 40 hours, it had already become the best-selling bobblehead in their history, which has produced about 500 various bobbleheads over the last three years.
Buy the shirts, along with plenty of other Final Four gear, at the CBS Sports Fanatics shop here.