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'Tough Like Teddy' event for Sambursky family

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CARBONDALE --  SIU Hall of Fame Quarterback Joel Sambursky and his family recently welcomed a baby boy to the world, but Theodore was born with some health complications.

Friday, July 21, friends of the family are hosting an event called Theodore's Warrior Workout to show support for the Samburskys. Since "Teddy" will be 100 days old, people are asked to walk or run for 100 minutes.

The event starts at 6 p.m. at the SIU track. If you can't be there, work out on your own and post a picture to social media using #ToughLikeTeddy. 

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