Found November 19, 2013 on
Winning isn’t everything. It seems that the guys on the North Carolina State football team get that. NC State has been pretty terrible on the football field this season, sporting a 3-7 record and losers of six straight games, including a 38-20 blowout at Boston College on Saturday. Although things may be going wrong for the players on the field, they’re apparently doing things right off it. Two NC State football players decided to spend their lunchtime today eating with a student in a wheelchair who was sitting by himself in the cafeteria on Tuesday. Another NC State student captured the moment and tweeted out a photo of the two athletes enjoying their meal and chatting it up with their fellow co-ed. Check out the cool scene in the photo below. NC state football players eat lunch with kid sitting alone. @FRestored #FaithRestored @NCStateFootball— Nighthawk♿ (@Cripple_Swag) November 19, 2013Filed under: College Football, Headlines, Offbeat

Two North Carolina State football players ate lunch with a kid who was sitting alone

With a record of 3-7 and 0-7 in the ACC this year, North Carolina State has been humbled more than they expected to be.  But, this picture is worth a few wins in my book. Two unidentified NC State football players sat down with a kid who was eating alone in what appears to be a cafeteria or food court on the Raleigh campus. I’ll call it the anti-Jonathan Martin/Miami Dolphins...

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