It seems all we ever see and hear in sports anymore are the revelations and allegations of players getting into trouble.
Then, just when you are losing a little faith, you come across this emotional email from a woman who is not accusing a football player of a violent crime; she’s actually thanking him for a good deed.
Trez is just a normal college student, pinching pennies to get by, eating peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches and relying on mom and dad to help him defray costs.
Then why, Trez?
Why give a woman you don’t even know $100 at Wal-Mart?
“The items in my cart were irrelevant,” Trez says. “She had kids she was trying to feed. You could tell she was having a rough time of it. I didn’t really think about it; it just seemed like the right thing to do.”
It is a sometimes crazy world that we live in, a world that has become so noisy that we seldom get to hear the true song of sports anymore.
Then you come across Trez Jackson, a good kid with a bright future who is lending a hand, not raising one, to a struggling woman.
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