Senior Day for college football players is one of the most memorable moments of their lives.
Usually, players run out of the tunnel to thousands of fans cheering for you and then are embraced by your parents to commemorate all of the hard work that the player had put in.
Unfortunately, this isn’t the experience that fifth-year senior Josh Butler of the Michigan State Spartans got to experience. He lost both his parents during his college tenure.
But where there is a hole in a person, there is always a dog to fill it! That is why Butler adopted his two pups Roxi and Remi. They led Josh out onto the field for his final game as a college player.
Josh Butler, in Spartan Stadium for the last time. pic.twitter.com/WE18LkBcl4
— David Harns (@DavidHarns) November 30, 2019
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I’m not crying! You’re crying… shut up!!
Dogs are so good, that’s all we have to say.