Gabe Treve, 11, of Troy loves football.
The fifth-grader suffered a rare reaction to a cancer treatment which left him paralyzed at age 5. 
Fast forward six years: On Aug. 1, Gabe’s determination — coupled with his passion for football — helped him walk 100 yards at Michigan stadium.
“He’s pretty amazing; he never gives up,” said Christy Treve, his mom, said Monday. “I think (walking across Michigan Stadium) was one of the most amazing things he has ever done. He has worked so hard to be able to walk. And he loves everything U-M. Everything football. Putting those two things together. … His everyday is exhausting because he has physical therapy and trying to be a kid. When he gets to do fun things we are thrilled for him.”
Gabe had used a power wheelchair since the drug reaction from the leukemia treatment. He recently stood up and asked for walking braces.
The tunnel at Michigan Stadium and …