One of the best feel-good stories to come out of college football last year came from Iowa with the Kinnick wave.
The special new tradition quickly became enough to give everyone chills, and the clip below from ESPN racked up nearly 175,000 views.
Along those same lines, Colorado has decided to do something really special with their local children's hospital.
Colorado will be featuring artwork from patients at the Children's Hospital Colorado on their new season tickets.
The ticket designs were chosen winners our of an art contest with patients from the hospital, according to a release from the school.
The release adds:
"As we were going through design ideas for this year's football season tickets, we were looking for ways to creatively connect the Buffs football experience to our fans and community, and what better way is there than through the eyes of children, said Matt Biggers, Chief Marketing Officer/Associate AD External Affairs for the Buffaloes. "To take it a step further, we quickly thought of involving our great partner, Children's Colorado, to ask the children they are involved with to be the ones to submit their artwork. We were excited that they loved the idea and we were able to move forward creating this fun contest for their patients. What we got back from all of these children exceeded our expectations and we are thrilled that their contributions have made our ticket designs for this season so special."
In total, the artwork of six kids undergoing treatment at the hospital were chosen to be printed on the tickets that will make their way to the doorsteps of Buffs fans tomorrow, and the school will also be highlighting the children who had their artwork chosen at the game that their ticket was chosen for.