More often than not when a college athlete gets brought up in the news it's for something negative, which is an even bigger reason why it's awesome that this story about Florida State wide receiver, Travis Rudolph is going viral right now. 

Consider this your feel good story of the day, week, month or year. 

Bo Paske, an autistic middle school student at Montford Middle School in Tallahassee, Florida, was sitting alone at lunch one day this week when the Seminoles wide receiver spotted him, found himself a seat across from the kid, and hung out with him during their break. Rudolph visited the middle school recently along with several other FSU football players, and his gesture will not soon be forgotten by Bo, his family, or anyone who has seen this simple, yet awesome gesture.

His mother, Leah wrote about the heartwarming moment on Facebook which you can check out below.