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Louisville to honor “The Greatest” against FSU this weekend Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images
NEW ORLEANS, LA - JANUARY 02: Boxing legend Muhammad Ali and his wife Lonnie Ali ride a golf cart onto the field to represent the Louisville Cardinals for the coin toss against the Florida Gators prior to the start of the Allstate Sugar Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 2, 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Louisville will be playing for more than just a win against Florida State on Saturday. ESPN’s College GameDay will be there, but the school will also be honoring native son and legend Muhammad Ali.

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“The Greatest” passed away at age 74 in June after battling with Parkinson’s syndrome for over 30 years. He suffered through a few sicknesses near the end of his life, but was cared for by his family and lived a good life.

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