First Legally Blind Player In College Football History

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Legally Blind Aaron Golub Got Spot at Tulane

Aaron Golub, graduated recently at Newton South High School outside Boston, he is legally blind, but as Vinita Nair reports, he is still on his way to playing college football and so Tulane never upset him. Golub was born with a condition that left him with no sight in his right eye and limited vision in his left eye, but he thought the moment was no big deal.

Tulane sophomore Aaron Golub made history Saturday in the fourth quarter of a win against UCF, snapping the ball on an extra point play to become the first legally blind player to appear in an NCAA football game.

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