Tulane Snapper Golub Makes History

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History was made today as snapper Aaron Golub of Tulane became the first legally blind player to appear in a Division One football game.  Golub, who was featured in this Longsnap.com story last year, handled the final extra point attempt in Tulane’s win over Central Florida.

Golub may soon be joined by another blind snapper, Jake Olsen, who made national news last month when he was permitted to join USC as a walk-on.

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