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While the NFL is dealing with the issue of bullying in the Miami Dolphins locker room, a middle school football team in Michigan has a deeper understanding of the game that pros may never reach.

The Olivet Eagles football team at Olivet Middle School in Olivet, Michigan, decided to run a play and intentionally not score, all without their coaches knowing.

The football team planned the play for weeks, all so they could set up a very special moment for a special boy.

Keith Orr is a special needs child, and his buddies on the football team decided to give him the chance to run for a touchdown.

Sheridan Hedrick, a player on the team, would've easily scored a touchdown, but he instead took a knee on the 1-yard line, much to the dismay of the crowd.

That was until the next play happened: the "Keith Special."


The ball was hiked and immediately handed to Keith, who ran forward as his teammates protected him from the oncoming defense. Keith scored without a scratch.

The boys did much more than help Keith score a touchdown; they brought a community together.