WATCH: 15-year-old with rare brain tumor scores TD in Oklahoma spring game
James Woods scored from 29 yards out
Spring games in college football give coaches the chance to have a little fun, honor former players and in some cases, grant fans the dream of a lifetime.
Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley granted one of those dreams on Saturday afternoon in Norman.
James Woods, a 15-year-old patient at OU Children's Hospital who suffers from a rare brain tumor that prevents him from playing football, took a handoff from quarterback Kyler Murray and took off up the middle for a 29-yard touchdown run.
Well done, Oklahoma. Well done.
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