Bills head coach Doug Marrone lent a helping hand to a motorist who was stuck in the snow after a blizzard dumped 10 inches of snow on the area.

By SI Wire
November 19, 2014

Buffalo Bills head coach Doug Marrone lent a helping hand to a motorist who was stuck in the snow after a blizzard hit the area, reports Lou Michel of the Buffalo News.

Marrone said he was on his way to Ralph Wilson Stadium when he got out of his SUV to help the stranded motorist, who was on her way to a hospital. Marrone said that people told him that getting to the stadium would be impossible because of the snow.

“All my life people have been telling me what I can’t do,” Marrone said.

Marrone, in his second season with the team, even signed a few autographs before making his way to the stadium.

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The blizzard has dumped more than four feet of snow on the region and is being blamed for at least six deaths, with another storm expected to hit Buffalo later this week. Members of the Niagara University women's basketball team got stuck on a bus on the New York State Thruway for more than 24 hours before state troopers rescued them.

The Bills (5-5) face the New York Jets (2-8) at home on Sunday.

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