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UA Football players visit Diamond Children's before first home game

(Source: UAMC) (Source: UAMC)
(Source: UAMC) (Source: UAMC)
(Source: UAMC) (Source: UAMC)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Members of the University of Arizona Football team brought some “Bear Down” spirit to the Diamond Children's Medical Center on Thursday.

The UAMC took photos of Thursday's visit.

“We are so grateful to the UA football team for taking time before their big game to bring smiles and comfort to our young patients,” Lori Mitts, child life manager at Diamond Children's, stated in a news release.

The first UA football game is Friday, Aug. 29 in Arizona Stadium and will be televised on ESPN.

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