Boy Who Won Over College Football World Battling Brain Cancer Again

Jack Hoffman, 8, won fans last year after running a touchdown for the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers.
0:52 | 08/07/14

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The Nebraska boy who won America's heart by scoring a touchdown on a big stage is fighting for his life again. This is eight year old Jack -- having the time of his life running a play into the end zone during -- Nebraska spring football game. He won an SP for the 69 yard touchdown in April 2013. But today news that his in operable brain tumor has grown. Less than a year after his cancer was thought to be in remission. Doctors found a spot in Hoffman's brain that concerned them in April. And now follow up tests show that his cancer. Has returned. Andy Kaufman says his family is now considering a clinical trial in Boston. That targets the genetic mutation that was responsible for his son's cancer.

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