The Nebraska Cornhuskers provided the spring football moment that I will never forget.
As I randomly changed channels on Saturday afternoon, I happened upon Nebraska's spring game on the Big Ten Network and saw something that was a pleasant reminder of the power sports can sometimes have.
With six minutes to play in the fourth quarter and the Red team facing fourth and one, the Huskers handed it off to No. 22, just like they did often last season.
Only this No. 22 was seven-year-old Jack Hoffman, not Rex Burkhead.
Hoffman is a cancer patient that has been adopted by this team after Burkhead became friends with Hoffman last year.
Quarterback Taylor Martinez handed the ball to Hoffman and helped direct him to the hole that would lead him down the field to a touchdown.
Both benches emptied and the crowd of over 60,000 roared as Hoffman carried the ball to the endzone.
My eyes watered as the young cancer fighter was swarmed by the entire Nebraska football team, hoisted on some shoulders and serenaded by the Nebraska faithful in Memorial Stadium.
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