Boy, 6, Scores Touchdown at Charity Game

North Haven, Connecticut's "Spring Brawl" raised money for Matthew Jaquis, who was given a uniform and the ball.
1:01 | 06/26/13

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You guys remember back in april, at the university of nebraska spring game, little jack hoffman, the kid they let score the touchdown. I want to show you guys this. In connecticut, they have a spring brawl game. It's similar to what nebraska does. And every year they donate proceeds to a charity of their choosing. This year, they chose to help 6-year-old matthew jock, who had to have heart transplants. Take a look. Little matthew jock. Matthew jock is about to become the most celebrated running back in north haven high. Oh. What a rock star. That's so kind. So lovely. Thank you north haven high. Everybody involved with this wonderful thing. That's great.

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