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‘The Team Needed Him’: 16-Year-Old Clemson Fan Rises From Wheelchair at Pivotal Moment in Game

During Saturday night's back-and-forth showdown between Clemson and Louisville, 16-year-old Logan Wires — who has cerebral palsy and cannot stand without assistance  — decided that he needed to get on his feet to support the team.
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