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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | September 29, 2015

Buckeyes support a worthy cause

The Ohio State football team is doing all it can to help out its dearest fans in need. Jacob Jarvis, a 10-year-old that suffers from muscular dystrophy, is as big of a Buckeye fan as anyone.

With Jacob in mind, members of the Ohio State football department chipped in to donate $10,000 to support the Coach To Cure MD program, which aims to one day eliminate Duchenne muscular dystrophy. The genetic disorder currently has no cure.

Urban Meyer, Joshua Perry and Ezekiel Elliott presented Jacob with the donation in a touching locker room moment.

MORE: Young Ohio State fan asks heartwarming question to Michigan doctors

 

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