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Utah and Pac-12 football community express thoughts and support following the passing of Aaron Lowe

Sep 26, 2021

Utah Head Football Coach Kyle Whittingham
"We are devastated to hear about the passing of Aaron Lowe. Our thoughts and prayers are with Aaron's family and friends, along with the other individual who was harmed in this tragic incident. Aaron was a great teammate, friend, brother and son and was loved by anyone who crossed paths with him. He will be deeply missed."

Utah Director of Athletics Mark Harlan
"We are devastated by the loss of Aaron Lowe earlier this morning. Aaron was a terrific young man, a leader on our football team, and a rock of resiliency and courage. Our prayers are with Aaron's family, friends, teammates and all who knew and loved him. We also express our deepest concern for the other individual who has been hospitalized as a result of this tragic incident. We have been in communication with Aaron's family and we are providing support to them, as well as to the student-athletes, coaches and staff in all of our athletics programs, and our focus will remain on them."


Thoughts, love, support and other reactions were expressed across the Utah and Pac-12 football communities after learning of the tragedy that occurred with the passing of Aaron Lowe.

At the beginning of the 2021 season, Lowe became the first recipient of the Ty Jordan Memorial Scholarship and switched his jersey from No. 2 to No. 22 to honor Jordan's legacy, whose passing came from a tragic incident as well.