World News – USA – Utah Standout Ty Jordan dies a week after receiving 3 TDs against Washington State

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A week after a comeback against Washington State running back 154 rushing yards and three touchdowns in a game at Rice Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah, Ty Jordan has died, the school said on Saturday with.

According to The Salt Lake Tribune, Denton, Texas Police Department responded at Jan.. 38 o’clock for a shooting call. m. CST at Christmas and arrived to find a single gunshot victim who was immediately rushed to the hospital.

The newspaper reported that the victim was pronounced dead in hospital. Preliminary investigations have shown that the weapon was accidentally fired. Police have not identified the victim’s name, according to The Salt Lake Tribune, ESPN and other media outlets.

« Words cannot express the devastation and grief our team is experiencing when they learn of the tragic death of our teammate and brother Ty Jordan, » Utah coach Kyle Whittingham said in a school statement. « Ty’s personality and smile were infectious, and he’s made a huge impact on our program in the short time he’s been with us. He leaves an indelible mark on each of us, and our thoughts and prayers go to his family and friends. From the bottom of our hearts, we all in the Utah Football Family want to say that we love you, Ty, and that you want to rest in peace. ”

Utah declined an invitation to the bowl, so the last game of the breakout rookie season in Jordan took place last Saturday against the WSU in Salt Lake City. The return from Mesquite, Texas made a comeback in the second half, scoring three touchdowns after half time in a 45:28 win in which the Utes lost 38 unanswered points. The three touchdowns in Jordan were a season high.

A tweet from the Washington state soccer team account read, “Our prayers go to the Jordan family and the Utah family. I think of all of you at this difficult time. ”

Our prayers go to the Jordan family and the Utah family. I think of all of you at this difficult time. 🙏🏽 https: // t. co / jf0loYV05z
– Washington State Football (@WSUCougarFB) Jan.. December 2020

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On Tuesday, Jordan was named Pac-12 Offensive Newcomer of the Year, and on Friday he was named Pac-12 Newcomer of the Year by the Associated Press after scoring 83 times for 597 yards and six touchdowns as true Rookie had driven. Jordan was the conference’s most productive race in the last three games of the year, running 468 yards and six touchdowns against Oregon State, Colorado and WSU.

« Damn it, man . . . Brother was a beast and on his way to legendary things (really), « tweeted WSU linebacker Jahad Woods. “My condolences go to his family and homies in Utah. ”

Damn man . . . Brother was a beast and on his way to legendary things fr. My condolences to his family and the homies in Utah. https: // t. co / yfSvnpTgPj
– JWoods (@ JW13__) 26. December 2020

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The WSU, which Max Borghi ran back, expressed its condolences on Twitter and published “Prayers to the Jordan family and all his brothers in Utah. Man was a baller, it was exciting to see him play. RIP KING. ”

Prayers to the Jordan family and all of his brothers in Utah. Man was a baller, it was exciting to see him play. RIP KING 🙏🏻 https: // t. co / 2zPhNtDV2G
– Max Borghi (@max_borghi), 26. December 2020

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