10-Year-Old USC Football Fan Battling Leukemia Scores TD At Trojans Practice

The USC football program made one young fan’s day during Wednesday night’s practice.

10-year-old Taylor stopped by the practice on Wednesday as the team’s special guest, when he was involved in an incredible moment.

The young boy, who is battling leukemia and recently underwent a blood transfusion, took the field with the USC offense when he caught a pass from star quarterback and Heisman Trophy favorite Sam Darnold.

That’s when the entire Trojans team rallied around him and cleared a path to the endzone where he went in for the score and the entire field erupted into celebration.

Keely Eure of USCFootball.com had the details and video of the special moment.

A photo of Taylor and his father show just how happy he was to be on the field with his favorite team.

Here's Taylor and his dad. pic.twitter.com/f1LpCygvJ6

— Keely Eure (@keelyismyname) August 24, 2017

It’s moments like this that remind us all why we love sports.

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