Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, April 14, 2014

Special Guests at @RFootball Spring Practice #9 from Rutgers Football on Vimeo.

Big Ten football fans will love what Kyle Flood and Rutgers did for two young fans, both confined to wheelchairs due to Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD), at the conclusion of practice Saturday. In a moment that will remind many of Jack Hoffman's touchdown run, the Scarlet Knights had Danny Garofalo, 11, and Matt DeRiggi, 16, in the team huddle and drew up a trick play for them.

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Matt took the handoff, and Danny came across the field for a reverse that he took it to the house. The Scarlet Knights all celebrated when Danny crossed the goal line.

How great is that?! Way to go, Rutgers!

Here's what Danny's dad told about the moment:

"He loved it. That's what makes it all worth it. As small as something like that seems, it really is a big difference."

And here is the aforementioned Hoffman touchdown:

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