College Athlete Gives Up Career to Save the Life of a Stranger



  • 2013-05-11T08:18:02

His sport requires weights & the surgery & donating the bone marrow sets weight limits, he's out.

  • 2013-05-09T00:53:21

A TRUE GIFT FROM GOD! 100 percent match! AWESOME!

  • 2013-05-04T04:27:30

God Bless this young man with such a giving life.

  • 2013-05-01T23:43:21

I am so in awe of your gift! I do bone marrow drives all the time and have a hard time getting people to register because they are scared of a little pain and here you are willing to give it all! Please pleae please if you read this...reach out to me...I would love to interview on my radioshow and this would help us with the next bone marrow drives! Thank you [email protected]

  • 2013-05-01T18:15:53

what a great guy.

  • 2013-05-01T18:08:19

How does giving bone marrow keep him from sports? I have been looking into joining the registry and it sounds like the most frequently used procedure is relatively easy for the donor. The less often used procedure is the operation. But, it lists only problems during the recovery period and nothing after that short period. (I am amazed by his willingness not to participate in some major competitions though.)

  • 2013-05-01T16:38:26

Wildcat Pride? More like Grace and Glory Pride. Amazing that God set this man's path in the direction to be compelled to enter the registry and then knowing that he would be unselfish and say "yes." Forget the Heisman and all those other silly awards. How do we go about setting up a Cameron Lyle Award for the most unselfish acting athletes?

  • 2013-05-01T15:51:03

You are a Super Hero. God bless bless you and may the surgery be a success in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, Amen.

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