Terri Hedges was one of tens of thousands in the then-Adelphia Coliseum on Jan. 8, 2000. She came that day from a local intensive care unit where she spent time with her dying mother. She gave her extra game tickets to new friends she made in the ICU. In the Coliseum, as player Kevin Dyson raced to the end zone, Hedges remembers screaming, “GOD PLEASE DO THIS FOR MY MOM!”
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Terri Hedges is a Nashville business owner, great-grandmother, and a long-time Middle Tennessean. She is also a Titans fan, and she has been a season-ticket holder since the team moved to Music City in 1999. Hedges was one of tens of thousands in the then-Adelphia Coliseum on Jan. 8, 2000.