College football season is now just hours from kicking off in full-swing, and one program which has gotten no shortage of hype this preseason is the Florida State Seminoles.
But no matter what the Seminoles do on the field this season, it will pale in comparison to what receiver Travis Rudolph did off of it on Tuesday.
That’s because on Tuesday, Rudolph and several teammates were at Montford Middle School in Tallahassee, and just so happened to be in the cafeteria around lunch time. Rudolph saw a student sitting by himself eating lunch, and Rudolph decided to pull up a chair next to him.
Little did he know just how much this one, small, tiny gesture meant. You see, the child, named Bo Paske has autism. And sitting alone for lunch is something he does quite often.