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PLEASE read this fantastic story from Wyoming.
But grab some tissues first.
I love sports when they're not stupid.
The chubby-cheeked, brown-eyed boy from Rock Springs beamed on game days.
Senior Writer, govols247
Amazing young man and story, tissues were def. needed.
Wow! Thanks for that. Great read. Now my wife thinks I'm an idiot for tearing up while viewing a sports site.
Thanks for sharing that, Wes. What a tough time for the father and brother.
wow is right..powerful stuff there Wes..thanks for sharing. And thanks for warning me about the tissues. If you dont get choked up reading about this gutsy kid, might want to check your pulse..
now that is what sports are about.....
Good story. Hard to believe that is the same coach that went completely crazy/ballistic on the Air Force coach after their game.
Your team. All the time.
Thanks for this, Wes. I think we all can use a little something like this to bring us back to reality. There's always someone who has it worse than you, and would die to be in your shoes.
Give Him Six!
Well done Wes. Congrats to Wyoming for "Cowboying" up and giving Hunter a special day.
Great read, Wes. Thanks for sharing. And Congrats to Wyoming for giving him and his family those special moments and memories.
Wes, y'all should pin this to the top of the topics, please. I almost missed it. All I can say is, Thanks!!!
Thanks for sharing this Wes. It's amazing what an impact college sports have on so many people... Glad the people at Wyoming gave Hunter a chance to enjoy his time here.
Great story- I had to stop and thank the good Lord for my children's health.
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