Sister Jean holds a Final Four news conference and it’s ‘like Tom Brady at the Super Bowl’

SAN ANTONIO — Of all the gatherings in all the rooms at all the 80 Final Fours to date, one of the most unforeseen came to pass Friday morning, when Media Breakout Room 3 filled to its walls with reporters, cameras and TV cameras for the arrival of a 98-year-old nun.

“Looking in the media room, walking by, you would have thought she was one of us,” Loyola Chicago guard-forward Donte Ingram said.

“I walked by, I thought it looked like Tom Brady at the Super Bowl,” Coach Porter Moser said.

“Are you ready to go?” moderator Mark Fratto said at 9:55 a.m. sharp.

“Oh, better believe it,” said Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, the Loyola University Chicago fixture, the chaplain for its suddenly and wildly famous basketball team, and a star whose shine has budded through the Ramblers’ intoxicating run to a national semifinal berth opposite Michigan.

In the 15 minutes that ensued, she marveled at her view of all the cameras. “I never even imagined two or three,” she said, “let alone this large group. Everything just seemed to mushroom, and I could never tell you how that happens. It’s just like when students visit universities

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