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Brady Hoke befriends young Ohio State fan who nicknamed his cancer 'Michigan'


When we found out young Ohio State fan Grant Reed, who was waging a battle against a brain tumor which he had dubbed "Michigan," there were probably some folks in the Mitten that probably weren't entirely pleased. Obviously, the most important thing is that Reed's cancer has gone into remission. Michigan head coach Brady Hoke, however, was so pleased that Reed was able to "beat Michigan," that he called him and offered him and his family four tickets to this year's Michigan-Ohio State game in Ann Arbor. (SB Nation)


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