Little High School Football Player Doesn`t Give Up

Submitted by: LandoGriffin 7 years ago in Sports

Nothing, even this teen"s ailment keeps him off the football field--even his teammates" patronization.
There are 38 comments:
Male 2
I live about 15 miles from the school, and everyone in the high school district knows of him and cheers more for him at times then they do the rest of the team. more power to schools for letting ALL students regardleess of any setbacks go out for the team
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Male 138
And one day he will join Notre Dame (as their mascot)
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Male 5,194
v WTF? Windows Mobile 6.5 spam? May want to open up a can of banhammer.
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Male 388
1/2
LOL
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Female 15,763
HIS NUMBER IS ONE HALF! OH MY GOD!

<3

Yaaay self humor.

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Male 52
I kind of want him to aquire a scottish accent and then charge footbal players with two axes screaming "HONOR IN DEATH! FOR IRONFORGE". poo dude, that would make me Lulzz.
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Female 331
Oh crap...for the first minute of the video i was wondering why he had a pacifier...then i realized that it was a mouth guard.
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Female 3,598
Aww of the day?
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Male 3,431
A dwarf from Valhalla?! Uh...screw football, he should be laying people out with a bearded axe.
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Male 845
yay! im from san diego :->
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Female 16
I know that Kid! My cousin goes to school with him. He`s really a cool kid.
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Female 73
Wait, "no physical contact"?

So wouldn`t that mean getting the ball to him is an automatic win?

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Female 58
Catbarf- Are you from some alternate universe where life is fair?
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Male 212
"So... what does he do, exactly?"

isnt it obvious? mascot

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Female 4,028
So... what does he do, exactly?
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Male 55
"No, just like a line man can`t push the running back if there is a pile."

A lineman can definitely push the pile, I`ve done it a few times.

Anyways, this kind of reminds me of a kid on my team that had a brain tumor, the local news did a little write up on it here.

http://www.wgrz.com/news/local/story.asp...

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Male 1,455
I think it`s a bad idea to have him on the football team. Fairness is treating all people equally, not granting special privileges to one group or person. I sincerely doubt that he`s as useful to the team as a normal player would be and so he`s dragging the team down.
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Male 382
"Anyone who played actual American Football - would it be legal for his teammates to pick him up (with the ball) and just THROW him into the end zone?"

No, just like a line man can`t push the running back if there is a pile.

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Female 36
aaaww! he`s adorable! lmfao =3
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Male 1,403
the qb is 6` 5"?!?
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Male 3,842
Anyone who played actual American Football - would it be legal for his teammates to pick him up (with the ball) and just THROW him into the end zone?
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Male 25,416
I wanna see him get hammered!
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Female 850
He muse be greeaattt to see drunk at parties...
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Male 3,425
It`s only `cause no-one would be heartless enough to tackle him... It would be funny to see though.
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Male 450
they should give him the ball then carry him
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Male 1,646
that was sweet
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Male 496
0:52. LOL!
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Male 535
Bah they should let him play. One of my best friends is a dwarf, he was on the wrestling team and let me just say, you don`t mess with him.

However, it does seem like this kid has a rare form of dwarfism where he`s extremely tiny, even by dwarf standards. Most dwarves don`t weigh much less than the average person (because most of your body weight is in your torso) Like my dwarf friend hoover, was only 3`6 buy weighed 135 lbs.

Either way, a nice uplifting story on what has so far been a very depressing day. And Amen beaver. She was smoking.

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Male 152
We had a guy like that on our team. Came to every practice, even participated in the hitting drills, although was rocked most of the time. Last game of the season the coach let him play special teams, he got smoked every time. Little bastard used two rolls of sock tape every game too. And that reporter is fricken hot!
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Male 10,339
Win madest.
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Male 7,378
They should dress him up in pigskin and use him as the football.
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Male 2,593
Cool, it`s like a full time mascott
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Male 10,339
I advocated him playing sweet. I posed both sides of the argument, to see which one people would focus on. Good job with the negativity.
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Male 1,929
Yeah, if he wants to play let him play. He`ll never get a competitive game of course but that`s not the point.
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Female 846
shut up auburn junkie, if he wants to play let him play.
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Male 4,807
that reporter is HOT!!!
What was the story about again?
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Male 10,339
That was cool.

That being said, they need to let him play. Maybe if he gets his bell rung a couple times he will snap back into reality. Then he can hit the books and do something important rather than go hang out with friends all the time.

Friends are good and all, but those of us with a handicap should play to our strengths, not amplify our weakness.

On the other hand, maybe if they let him run the ball in an actual game, the other team would be afraid to hit him and he would score some touchdowns.

I also favor exploiting people with handicaps lol.

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Male 3,842
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