A few years ago, Jack Hoffman delivered a moment that won’t be soon forgotten. The pediatric brain cancer patient got to live out his dream and score a touchdown in the Nebraska spring game.

On Saturday, another B1G spring game produced a moment that tugged at the heartstrings.

This time, Ohio State fan Jacob Jarvis got the spring game glory. Jarvis, who was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, got to score the final touchdown of Ohio State’s spring game.

This is great stuff:

Jarvis and his younger brother, Noah Studebaker, were both diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

They’ve been a big part of the Buckeye family over the years. They went to practice, they served as game captains and have been fixtures in the OSU postgame locker room, including after the Buckeyes won the first College Football Playoff National Championship.

Saturday might’ve been the Jarvis family’s best Ohio State moment yet.