The little boy behind WSU's 'Brody Brave' Sun Bowl effort continues to inspire the Cougs

WASHINGTON STATE assistant strength coach Tyson Brown and his wife Kinzie received a "punch in the gut" last Thanksgiving when their little boy Brody was diagnosed with leukemia. Life is better today, thanks to the care Brody has received at Sacred Heart Children's Hospital in Spokane. And Brody, who became something of a crimson and gray celebrity during WSU's Sun Bowl appearance last Christmas, remains an inspiration for the Cougar football team.

“We might be going through some little things in our life that we think are difficult in our life, but worse things are happening to better people. Brody's proof of that, and he's just doing the best job he can do and really just inspiring us all," WSU quarterback Luke Falk told KXLY-TV's Sarah Wheeler in this moving report -- WSU Cougs are Brody Brave -- built around the Give 4 Kids campaign.

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