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FSU Football Star Travis Rudolph Sits With Autistic Student Eating Lunch Alone

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On Tuesday, Bo Paske, a Tallahassee 6th grader with autism, was eating lunch alone, as he often does, when FSU football star Travis Rudolph took a seat at his table.

Middle school can be a scary and a lonely place for some kids, but one student recently had his day unexpectedly and greatly improved.
On Tuesday, Bo Paske, a Tallahassee 6th grader with autism, was eating lunch alone, as he often does, reports KYW.
However, that afternoon someone came and took a seat at his table.
According to the Palm Beach Post, it was none other than Travis Rudolph, Florida State University’s star wide receiver, who, along with some teammates, was paying a visit to the school.
After receiving a photo of her son and the player dining together, Bo’s mother Leah shared image and the story behind it on Facebook, receiving thousands of likes and shares.
Leah has also admitted that at first she had no idea who Rudolph was, but says she is now his fan for life.

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