Jackson Bezzant, 8, visits the Boise State sideline at Albertsons Stadium to watch the Broncos play Nevada Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017 in Boise. Jackson was born with Treacher Collins syndrome, a rare condition that affects the development of bones and facial tissues. Earlier this fall a story about Jackson being bullied at school in his hometown of Ammon, Idaho, went viral after his father, Dan Bezzant, took to Facebook to tell his story.
Jackson Bezzant, 8, visits the Boise State sideline at Albertsons Stadium to watch the Broncos play Nevada Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017 in Boise. Jackson was born with Treacher Collins syndrome, a rare condition that affects the development of bones and facial tissues. Earlier this fall a story about Jackson being bullied at school in his hometown of Ammon, Idaho, went viral after his father, Dan Bezzant, took to Facebook to tell his story. Idaho Statesman via AP Darin Oswald
Jackson Bezzant, 8, visits the Boise State sideline at Albertsons Stadium to watch the Broncos play Nevada Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017 in Boise. Jackson was born with Treacher Collins syndrome, a rare condition that affects the development of bones and facial tissues. Earlier this fall a story about Jackson being bullied at school in his hometown of Ammon, Idaho, went viral after his father, Dan Bezzant, took to Facebook to tell his story. Idaho Statesman via AP Darin Oswald

Bullied 8-year-old boy gets to be a Bronco for a day

November 11, 2017 12:01 AM

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