A retiring Albany middle-school football coach made an unforgettable call to close out his 35-year career.

In a game that went to overtime, he decided to have Kyle Stewart, a wheelchair-bound fan who's watched nearly every game from the sideline, take the ball and go for the end zone.

"You turn this thing full speed, and you go to that goal post, do you understand me?" the coach said to him before the play.

The ball was snapped to Stewart and he took it all the way.

Afterwards, the coach embraced Stewart, who yelled "I won it, coach!" while surrounded by his team.

See the link below for video of the play.


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Posted by WBRZ Channel 2 on Friday, October 16, 2015