Being born without legs couldn't stop a Dayton high school football player from fulfilling his dream of joining his school's team. His story of courage has become a national inspiration and this weekend it was on full display during a game at Cincinnati's Stargel Stadium. "I was born without legs, wasn't no birth defect," said Bobby Martin, a Colonel White High School tackle. "I just came out like this, God wanted me like this so here I am." "Bobby wants to be a football player, he is a football player," said George Kontsis, coach for Hughes Center. "He has not let anything stand in his way." On his own sideline he's just one of the guys -- which is exactly what he wants. "He's just a regular kid," said Earl White, Colonel White High School coach. Running on his hands, he's nearly as quick as anyone else on the team. Although he's a senior this year, Martin hopes his playing days aren't over. He's hopeful he can play in college. http://www.wcpo.com/news/2005/local/10/02/courage.html Several pictures of this incrediable kid at the link. I saw a video of him making a tackle, he is formidable.