A day after Minnesota recorded its second win of the season to improve to 2-0 on the year, members of the football team could be found back at TCFBank Stadium, celebrating the annual HopeDay Festival.

For one Golden Gopher, Malcom Robinson — a 6-foot-3, 300-pound defensive lineman — the fun and festivities turned into a competition, when a kid attending the event challenged him to a push-up contest. The child, who attended the event in a wheelchair, hopped right out and started cranking out push-ups like it was no problem.

Robinson, on the other hand, a little trouble.

Kudos to that kid, who could probably challenge just about any one of the Gophers to a push-up contest and be right in the mix. It was a really cool sight to see at the event.

HopeDay is in its 12th year at Minnesota and is a festival that includes families from the HopeKids organization and student-athletes from the University of Minnesota.

HopeKids is an organization which gives hope to children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. It was founded in 2001.

It appeared to be a fun day out at TCFBank Stadium and everyone was enjoying themselves. Well, maybe everyone except Robinson after losing that contest.