College football player shares sweet lunch with middle schooler eating alone

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When the Florida State football team visited Montford Middle School in Tallahassee, Florida, one player scored a cafeteria-style touchdown.

Wide receiver Travis Rudolph noticed a young student named Bo sitting alone, and so the football player asked if he and his pizza could join.

Bo’s mom Leah Paske shared the story of the sweet lunch on Facebook.

“Now that I have a child starting middle school, I have feelings of anxiety for him, and they can be overwhelming if I let them. Sometimes I’m grateful for his autism,” Paske wrote on Facebook. …

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Via: Mashable: Sports

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