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WSU football: Brody Brave

BRODY BROWN, the son of Washington State assistant football strength and conditioning coach Tyson Brown, was diagnosed with cancer earlier this month, acute lymphoblastic leukemia to be precise. To say the team has rallied around 3-year-old Brody is an understatement.

After the Sun Bowl, Mike Leach announced a game ball was going to Brody.


https://twitter.com/wsucougfb/status/681295796554223616

Last week, Tyson Brown tweeted this out when CouGreat Mark Rypien stopped by when Brody was getting his  chemo treatment. 

https://twitter.com/TysonBrown_/status/679380883149688832

Kaleb Fossum had this tweet the morning of the Sun Bowl.

https://twitter.com/kfoss24/status/680808568572882944

Gabe Marks put up this tweet just a few hours after the Cougars' Sun Bowl victory.


https://twitter.com/throwitupto9/status/680938683160080385

Head football strength coach Jason Loscalzo tweeted this out before Washington State left for El Paso.

https://twitter.com/jason_loscalzo/status/678323369276608512

The natural inclination for Cougar Nation seeing a 3-year-old battling cancer is to ask how they can help.

Tyson Brown answered that in a tweet earlier this month off his cell phone.


Twitter/TysonBrown



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