Found November 09, 2013 on
There was just a very, very cool moment at Kenan Stadium before the start of the North Carolina-Virginia game. The Tar Heels brought a military family to midfield and played a special video on the jumbotron, honoring a father who has been away from his children while serving his country (his name is not made clear in the video). The kids were then surprised by their father on the field, and their reaction was priceless:
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I can't remember the last time that I saw a video clip of a member of the military surprising his/her family. Yeah they were pretty common for awhile. I know some folks that got tired of them, but I can honestly say I loved each and everyone. There is just something about seeing the pure joy on the face of a little kid that hasn't seen his daddy in months that gets me misty...
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