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​8-Year-Old Boy With Down's Syndrome Adorably Scores His First Touchdown And Your Heart Is About To Grow Three Sizes Today

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This is so perezcious we almost can't stand it!

8-year-old Gabe isn't letting Down's syndrome keep him from achieving his goals!

The Wisconsin boy joined his older brother, who is #84, to help Rhinelander High School score a touchdown for his favorite team!

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Ohio State University's Marching Band Will Rock Your Socks Off With Their New Halftime Tribute! Watch!

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If you ever thought marching bands weren't cool, then you clearly haven't seen what these guys can do.

THE Ohio State University's marching band took the field over the weekend for another spectacular halftime performance, in tribute to rock'n'roll history!

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Ellen DeGeneres Gets Generous & Donates $10,000 To Help Cincinnati Bengals' Devon Still's 4-Year-Old Daughter Beat Cancer!

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She's just amazing!

We previously told you the story of Devon Still, who the Cincinnati Bengals brought back onto their team so that his 4-year-old daughter Leah could get treatment for her Neuroblastoma stage 4 cancer.

Doctors gave the little girl a 50% chance at beating this disease, and Ellen DeGeneres wanted to do her part to help.

[ Related: Patriots Cheerleaders Reduce Bengals' Devon Still To Tears On Field — Check Out Their Moving Tribute To His Daughter Leah Here! ]

The talk show host reached out to Devon and donated a whopping $10,000 to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, which is where Leah is fighting for her life.

And Ellen did even more!

Ch-ch-check out the video (below) to see how Miz DeGeneres went the extra mile!

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Blind High Schooler Scores His First Ever Touchdown With The Help Of His Football Captain Older Brother!

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Justin Olenginski isn't your average high school freshman.

That's because at just 15 years old, Justin has already been the captain of his football team… and scored his very first touchdown!

You see, Justin was born blind, with special needs, and with mobility difficulties, so playing on his school's football team was always just a dream of his.

That is, until his older brother Michael Olenginski, a 17-year-old senior at Dallas High School in Pennsylvania, made that dream come true.

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Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader Gets Proposed To By Air Force Captain Beau DURING The Game!

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Awww! Talk about a surprise!

Arizona Cardinals cheerleader Claire Thorton was cheering her team on during Sunday's game, but the entire stadium started clapping for her!

The first grade teacher's boyfriend, Air Force Captain Eric Straub, dropped down on one knee and proposed to her in front of the entire stadium on the Jumbotron!

And she said

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