Georgia Southern tight ends coach Sean Saturnio turned a rather ordinary interview into an unforgettable experience for everyone involved.

Saturnio, a native of Hawai'i, opens the staged interview by talking about the recent rash of injuries to his players. Then he is asked about the meaning of the word "Aloha."

"...When you break apart the root of the word, it means to share the breath of life together," Saturnio says. "I've found someone over here that I'd love to share the breath of life with for the rest of my life.

Saturnio then turns to his girlfriend, Sharon, and asks for her hand in marriage. See the entire, lovely proposal in the video below:

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