Florida State football player shows incredible gesture to autistic kid sitting alone at lunch

FSU's Travis Rudolph made incredible gesture to boy with autism

For one day, a mother of a middle school kid with autism didn't have to worry if her son was eating lunch alone.

That's because one Florida State football player made sure Bo Paske had a lunch buddy.

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Wide receiver Travis Rudolph was one of many FSU football players visiting Montford Middle School in Tallahassee, FL on Tuesday. College athletes visiting schools is a fairly regular activity.

But what wasn't regular was what Rudolph did with the kid he saw eating alone.

He grabbed pizza, then sat down to eat lunch with him.

Rudolph was touched by the Bo's mother's post. He said they had a great conversation and called Bo a "cool" person, one he'd hang out with any day.

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