Baylor found time during its spring game Saturday to honor someone who has worked for the program for 22 years.
Clint Lewis, who has Down Syndrome, has been a part of the Baylor staff since 1995, and in recent years has taken on the task of leading the team out of the tunnel on gameday. On Saturday, he got a chance to participate in the spring game, taking a hand-off and breaking to the house.
"I think it's wonderful, you see people all across the country in their spring games, honoring veterans, honoring people who are battling adversity and honoring people with illnesses and people with special needs," Baylor coach Matt Rhule said after the game. "I think the thing that was really cool about this one is I think Clint's been here for 22 years. Clint will come to practice."
Photo of the day: Clint Lewis with the Baylor Touchdown pic.twitter.com/IE2r8jryGA— Barstool SicEm (@BarstoolSicEm) April 22, 2017