The record for longest rushing touchdown was broken during Rutgers Scarlet-White spring football game over the weekend… but it wasn’t by anyone on the official roster. Four-year-old, soon to be five, Mordecai Carthy scored a 93 yard rushing touchdown on the last play of the game. Carthy is a patient at nearby Children’s Specialized Hospital where he receives treatment for autism.
— Rutgers Football (@RFootball) April 15, 2018
Thank you Coach Ash and Rutgers football for reminding everyone that it’s more than just a sport!