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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by dukebuckeye, Jan 1, 2019.
Rest In Peace Tyler.
Damn, seemed like a good kid. RIP
Great kid. Sad.
Went out with a W over Urban
the wrong man died
Bummer. RIP buddy
RIP kid. Always hurts to see sick kids
Lets see who the edgelord that makes the first joke is
RIP. One of my favorite stories related to cfb in a while. Knew it was coming but still sad.
I absolutely hate cancer, lost my sister this past April and my father in November, both to cancer. Seeing those who inspire through their strength in the fight will always have a place in my heart. RIP buddy
For having the courage to raise awareness and tell his story nationally, a lot of money was able to be raised for cancer. In his short life, he was able to do more good than many who lived decades more than him.
2019 already trash
Hope you can sleep tonight, barners
Thought he looked really bad at the Music City Bowl and was worried. He handled the end of his life about as well as one could, at least from the outside. Definitely made the most of it.
Believe his Dad tweeted it was going to be a hard day for him, so I think they knew it was coming. Fuck cancer so hard.
There it is
Did Tyler tweet from his account these last few months or was it one of his parents?
Sad shit. RIP Tyler
SVP has been great too
Goddam it. Poor kid. Poor parents.
Horrible news. No offense to our #Ohio State Buckeyes posters, but the OSU-Purdue game this year was one of the most amazing scenes you’ll ever see. Childhood cancer is the absolute worst. Thoughts to his family and friends.
Svp is the best
Scott Van Pelt
Wish it would have been a little closer but clearly that moment was special for their family which is a big part of what makes sports great.
Shame he couldn't go out on a win rather than that terrible performance
It was surreal watching it after seeing the GameDay piece and learning his story. Then seeing video of him with the team...that’s powerful stuff.
I think just about everyone thought of it as silver lining, him getting to be there for a huge win.
Dammit. Rest in peace.
Sad. Fuck cancer
Hate to hear this. RIP.
Tyler made the Purdue beating somewhat more swallowable for me. Glad he got to experience that night before he passed away. RIP.
Sucks RIP... cancer sucks
Great fan (like that Rockets shirt, too)
Classy...and no way I watch it. I already cry myself to sleep enough.
SVP going to have me wish I was cutting onions.
Trent reminded me at least why sports are so important in our lives. Even when things arent going well we can escape for 3 maybe 4 hours and forget what is holding us down. Find some happiness to give us that little extra to keep moving along.
Really tough read here, but a nice piece by Gregg Doyel.
Hopefully being at that Purdue game made his journey a little bit less painful. RIP
God damn. RIP.
RIP - he handled a horrible disease a hell of a lot better than I would, especially at that age
Ya, he was positive all the way to the end