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Two years ago, a brotherhood was formed and bond was forged when Southern University played the University of Georgia.
Late in the third quarter of a 48-6 game, Georgia's Marshall Morgan collided with Devon Gales of Southern.
Gales was left paralyzed on the Sanford Stadium turf, and Morgan was left with a heavy burden of guilt.
But this isn't your typical sob story. The two players have remained in close contact, building a friendship, a brotherhood even, that nobody could have predicted.
Watch their story of forgiveness, faith and friendship in this piece by Bleacher Report Productions.
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