The best running backs are the ones that simply refuse to go down.With that in mind, future opposing defenses better hope Cade Spinello’s mom has her way.
“If it were up to her, jeez it might be tough to convince her after all he’s gone through to actually let him play. But he’d love it. He’d be a running back.” Said 7 year-old Cade’s father, Mike.
Well Mom, its going to be awfully hard to convince your son not to try and put on pads after he spends this weekend at the Super Bowl in New Orleans.
And the Super Bowl is just the ending to what has been a storybook “dream season” for the little star from Southern California. He’s already had a Pop Warner game played in his honor, led a high school team through a tunnel of cheerleaders, called his own number at a UCLA football practice, spent time sizing himself up against Green Bay Packer star linebacker, Clay Matthews, and practiced with the Wisconsin Badgers at the Rose Bowl. Keep Reading…