Between classes, they schemed and conspired. For weeks, the football players at a middle school in Olivet, Mich., secretly planned their remarkable play. Not even the coaches knew.
The goal was not to score, but to “make someone’s day, make someone’s week, make them happy.”
Keith Orr is a little kid who’s learning disabled and struggles with boundaries — but in the sweetest possible way. What is surprising is how the team has embraced him.
“We really wanted to prove that he was part of our team and he meant a lot to us,” one of the players told CBS’s Steve Hartman.
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