College Football Star Has Another Surprise For The Boy He Ate Lunch With
We love this story. FSU's Travis Rudolph is one cool dude.
Remember our story about Bo Paske, an autistic 6th-grade student at Montford Middle School in Tallahassee, Florida?
Florida State University receiver Travis Rudolph and some of his teammates were at the school for a visit, and Rudolph took it upon himself to have lunch with Bo, who often sits alone at lunch.
Now comes Part II of the story. On Monday, Rudolph presented Bo with his own Seminoles game jersey—it even had his name on the back.
Rudolph also gave Bo and his mom, Leah, a pair of tickets to watch the Seminoles in action that night. (FSU came back from 22 down to beat the University of Mississippi 45-34, with Rudolph catching six passes for 74 yards and a touchdown—it was the biggest comeback in school history.)
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Here’s Bo with FSU Head Coach Jimbo Fisher.
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What a great couple of weeks it’s been for Bo.