Video: Buckeyes send inspirational video to sick boy, 4

No matter team allegiance, Big Ten fans have to like what several members of the Ohio State football team did for Joshua Chambers, a 4-year-old Orlando boy with leukemia. Chambers, the son of an Ohio State fan, was diagnosed with high-risk acute lymphoblastic leukemia in February, 2013, and when linebacker Joshua Perry heard the news, he took action.

The result? A short video featuring Perry and several of his Buckeye teammates sending Chambers inspiring messages.

Stuff like this, from Darron Lee: “Be brave and be strong, man. You’re gonna get through it, man. You’re gonna keep fighting.”

Watch the messages above.



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Gurndogg on 6/13/2014 @ 12:44pm EDT Said:

I love stories like these college guys doing the right thing instead of all the getting in trouble
news but when you see or hear about guys giving to people or the world is great I have a
saying (evil thrives when good men do nothing) theses are good men doing good.
GO BUCK’s!!!!!!!!!! OH————–

Chad on 6/13/2014 @ 1:20pm EDT Said:

Great show of class by these young men! Keep up the good work!