It's so awesome to see people who have had their lives changed living their best life thanks to St. Jude.  That is certainly the case for Buffalo Bills fan Jake Marshall.

Jake Marshall was on CBS Sports HQ the other day to talk a little bit about his experience at St. Jude while he was battling brain cancer (and also to hype the Bills and Josh Allen a little bit).

According to his story with The Buffalo News, Marshall went to SUNY Oneonta and just graduated in May with a degree in broadcasting.  It's something that his parents thought they would never see.  They were told when he was a baby that due to his brain cancer, he probably wouldn't survive.

But now, thanks to St. Jude, not only is he surviving, but he's living his dream.  He was able to spend some time with a panel on CBS Sports HQ to talk about his favorite team, The Buffalo Bills.

It's amazing how St. Jude changes lives.  The countless stories that we've heard are just amazing.  He says that that is why he loves to talk about them.

“My one true way of being able to give back to them, is to help them help kids grow up to be like me.” - Jake Marshall

St. Jude is an organization that we have proudly worked with over the past couple years with our "St. Jude Country Cares For Kids Radiothon."  Thanks to the generosity of our listeners we have been able to raise over a million dollars at Townsquare Buffalo to help aid in their mission that no child will die in the dawn of life and that no parent will ever have to pay a bill for treatment, housing, food...anything while they are at St. Jude.

Click here to read more on CBS Sports HQ's draft-a-thon and to make a donation to St. Jude.