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Clemson Fan with Cerebral Palsy Pulls Himself Up Out of Wheelchair During Thrilling Win Over Louisville (Pic)

How good was Saturday night’s Clemson-Louisville game? So good that a 16-year-old kid with cerebral palsy who can’t stand without assistance actually pulled himself up and out of his wheelchair in excitement. For those who didn’t catch the game, you missed an all-time classic. Clemson jumped out to a 28-10 halftime lead. But Louisville stormed […]
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