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Al Roker looks back at his Rokerthon 3 adventure

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Over the past week, TODAY’s Al Roker has visited the University of Oklahoma, Northern Michigan University, the University of Tennessee and Loyola University Maryland before wrapping things up Friday at his alma mater, SUNY Oswego. Al recaps how he helped students set new Guinness World records at the first four locations: Can he make it five for five?