Ciaran O'Sullivan, coach of Team Ireland, the Irish American Football team, left, visits Carter Conley, an assistant football coach at Centre College, right, while Conley remains in the hospital.
Ciaran O'Sullivan, coach of Team Ireland, the Irish American Football team, left, visits Carter Conley, an assistant football coach at Centre College, right, while Conley remains in the hospital. Photo submitted to The Advocate-Messenger
Ciaran O'Sullivan, coach of Team Ireland, the Irish American Football team, left, visits Carter Conley, an assistant football coach at Centre College, right, while Conley remains in the hospital. Photo submitted to The Advocate-Messenger

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