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Georgia fans honor Arkansas State coach's late wife with 'pink out' to raise awareness for breast cancer

Posted On: September 16, 2019 by Essentially Women in: Breast Cancer, Essential News, Social Media

Georgia Bulldog fans showed support over the weekend for their opponent's coach, Blake Anderson, football coach for Arkansas State. Anderson's wife, Wendy, passed away from breast cancer last month after a two-year battle. After taking a leave of absence after his wife died, Anderson came back to coaching last week. The Bulldog crowd hosted a 'pink out' to honor Wendy at their game on Saturday. A Bulldogs Fighting Breast Cancer Twitter account started the movement and posted the plan using the hashtag #WearPinkForWendy saying, "It's bigger than a football game." The founders of the page, Jay and Teresa Abbott want to spread the message that no one fights alone, no matter what team you have an alliance with.  Read the full story from CBS Sports.

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