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Hardy, Porter to return for cancer center benefit

James Hardy and Tracy Porter will appear at the Coach Hep Indiana Cancer Challenge on May 1 in Bloomington. The event, named in honor of late Indiana football coach Terry Hoeppner, benefits the IU Simon Cancer Center and the Olcott Center for Cancer Education.

Hardy and Porter, who play for the Bills and Saints, respectively, also played for Hoeppner at IU.

The Coach Hep Indiana Cancer Challenge includes a 2K family walk, a 5K run, and 25, 50 and 100K cycling events. Online registration is open until 9 p.m. April 17. Registration for adults 16 years and older is $35, for children 15 and younger is $15 and for children younger than five is free.

The highest individual donor will receive an overnight stay at French Lick Resort and Casino or a spa package with IU football season tickets. The highest donating team will receive IU football tickets and a tailgate with Hoeppner's wife Jane before the game.

For more information, visit coachhepcancerchallenge.org

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