Now, I will admit...I'm biased. I couldn't be more proud of him. I'll just say that upfront right now. I predict tears streaming from my face on Saturday evening, I really do.
But, if you take away the name of the given university, and just read his story, I'm anticipating that you'll have some tears rolling down your face too, as you read the article...and maybe on Saturday too.
(Note there is one error in the story, but it doesn't really take away from the story. Troy played backup in seven games in 2004, not 2003 as was mentioned.)