Michael Oher beats it all

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Tony Henderson was an auto mechanic in the neighborhood who tried to give at risk youth structure by involving them in sports. He saw Michael and his potential and offered to house him to give him some support. One day, as Henderson was enrolling his son for school at the Briarcrest Christian School, the coaches saw Michael playing around on the basketball court while Henderson was signing up his son. The coaches immediately tried to get Oher in as well.
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