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    Coastal Carolina University football players and coaches go for prison for lessons in empathy at Evans Correctional Institution in Bennettsville, S.C., on Friday, March 31, 2017. The visit is part of a Defy Ventures outing. Defy is a non-profit organization that teaches inmates how to become entrepreneurs once they are released. Coach Joe Moglia is on that advisory board of Defy. Defy operates in prisons in Texas, California and Nebraska. It is currently raising money to bring the program to South Carolina prisons, Defy Ventures founder and CEO Catherine Hoke said.

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