If you missed ABC's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition last night, you'll want to catch it online.
And you'll want to bring some tissues.
Ravens offensive tackle Michael Oher and his adoptive family, the Tuohy's, were a part of the show, and they assisted the Extreme Makeover crew in building a new home for the Williams family of Pine Mountain Valley, Ga.
The father, Jeremy Williams, has ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig's disease), and his son, Jacob, has Spina Bifida.
Jeremy played safety during his college days at Memphis and he's now a high school football coach. Despite his ALS, he only missed one practice last season and coached his team to a perfect 11-0 record.
Leigh Anne Tuohy, Oher's adoptive mother, said during the show that she was amazed at how Jeremy's relationship with his football players (one of whom referred to Jeremy as the father he doesn't have) mirrored Oher's now well-known childhood story.
Oher couldn't help with the entire project because he needed to get back to Owings Mills to participate in the Ravens' offseason workout program, but he shared some thoughts with the Williams family before leaving.
"People say my story is amazing. This is amazing to me," Oher said. "When I'm out there playing on Sundays, I'm going to be thinking about you, and I'll try to play with a heart as big as yours."
I caught the episode this morning, and it was very well done. If you're interested in watching it online, you can see the full episode on ABC's website right here.