Indiana State University kicker Brett Sheldon is hoping to get into Saturday's game at Cincinnati and help his team win.
Sheldon figures if he kicks a few field goals, it will help people see his talent first and not his birth defect.
The 22-year-old ISU Sophomore was born with arms that are only a foot or so long, and hands with only three fingers. He made Trent Miles' team as a walk-on and back-up kicker.
One of his coaches, Jesse Minter, says Sheldon is "an extra heartbeat" for the Sycamores.
Here's a piece Rick Semmler of WTHI-TV in Terre Haute did in the Spring when Sheldon was trying to make the squad...