Spring football games are mostly nondescript — designed to get players reps and entertain fans, without giving away too much actual football strategy.
While Ohio State’s spring game was mostly forgettable Saturday (save for the fact that players weren’t allowed to tackle), there was one unforgettable moment at the game’s end.
On the final play, the Buckeyes elected to make a special hand-off to 17-year-old Jacob Jarvis, who suffers from a rare disorder known as Duchenne muscular dystrophy. As you’ll see below, that didn’t keep him from scoring a touchdown:
No one's stopping Jacob Jarvis on this game-winning @OhioStateFB TD run.