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Ryan Cooper | NCAA.com | October 9, 2016

Florida State football: Bo Paske joins Noles in huddle

You may recall 11-year-old Bo Paske, the young man with autism whom Florida State receiver Travis Rudolph showed a ton of kindness to by joining him at his cafeteria lunch table.

  Paske's mother shared this photo of Rudolph joining her son for lunch.

Since then, things have been going quite well for Bo. First, he had no problems finding new people to sit with at lunch. Then, Rudolph surprised him with a personalized Seminoles jersey.

And now, he got to rock his new jersey on the sideline and in the huddle last week for Florida State's game against North Carolina.

It's truly awesome how much happiness the program has brought to this boy, and it all started with an act of kindness by Rudolph.

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