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Mike Slive was a fixture in the SEC as the commissioner from 2002 to his retirement in 2015 and was responsible for the addition of Missouri and Texas A&M to the conference as well as seven straight national championships in football at one point. However, the 76-year old was diagnosed with prostate cancer three years ago and that was part of the reason he retired.

It looks like he has made a full recovery though according to a report from WBRC in Birmingham, Ala.

Slive will turn 77 in July and it looks like he will have plenty to celebrate on his birthday.

[h/t GridIron Now]

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