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A five-year-old Ohio State fan is doing what he can to try and convince UAB to keep the school's football program going, including sending his full allowance of one dollar to help defray the costs of the program.

By Extra Mustard
December 18, 2014

A five-year-old Ohio State fan is doing what he can to convince UAB to keep the school's football program going, including sending his full allowance of one dollar to help defray the costs of the program.

The young booster is named Bennett, and he sent his donation along with a letter to the Blazers when he found out they would no longer have a football program.

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When the athletic department received the heartwarming note they decide to make the child's donation worth his while, sending him a box filled with UAB gear, including T-shirts, a football and a note thanking him for cheering up the department.

The letter also names Bennett as the school's biggest fan in Ohio.

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