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2009 NCAA football game between Uconn and WVU in Morgantown. Former Uconn player Jasper Howard was honored after he was stabbed and killed October 17, 2009. Fans and players from both teams pray for his family.

Video footage is from ESPNU.
Pictures are from press and some are personally taken.

*Update*

slide show from funeral

Information On Jasper Howard Services And Contributions

Nguồn: https://tokobukuadm.com/

Xem thêm bài viết khác: https://tokobukuadm.com/game/

8 Comments

Chewi863

July 17, 2020

I was at this game, and I can honestly say it would have been one game I would have been ok with losing to UConn because of the circumstances. I thought Mountaineer fans showed a lot of class in honoring the fallen UConn player. I only wish I had something from UConn to wear along with my WVU gear.

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Coasterrider210

July 17, 2020

touching, total sportsmanship by WVU

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kbutler6

July 17, 2020

Not only alumni signed the sign, it was signed by curent students in the student union as well. I have been to every wvu home game for 9 years and this is one of my proudest moments as a mountaineer.

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imabeast78

July 17, 2020

Me too. Was quite a game. Both teams played hard and with emotion.

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Jacob Plummer

July 17, 2020

I was at that game.

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Alex Foxe

July 17, 2020

we will miss him he was great

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imabeast78

July 17, 2020

See video info for funeral slide show and info on services and contributions to the Jasper Howard Fund.

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imabeast78

July 17, 2020

Over 1000 views. Thanks for watching guys I only wish this was just highlights as in this never happened to the young man. Prayers are with his family today at the funeral.

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