Eric LeGrand's Comeback Moves Into the Booth

Eric LeGrand

Eric LeGrand stared at his finger. He was determined to make it do something simple yet amazing.

Move. Just a little bit.

He stared and willed and kept mentally barking orders. Finally on Sunday, it twitched. Then it did it again.

“It was very exciting,” LeGrand said. “You never know what will happen.”

Call it another small-but-large step in the LeGrand Comeback. For his next feat, check out Rutgers’ spring football game Saturday.

That will be LeGrand’s bubbly voice analyzing the action for the Rutgers Football Radio Network. The mere fact you can hear it will say a lot.

The doctors who first saw him thought LeGrand would be on a ventilator the rest of his life. You probably know the story.

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