American football player Aaron Lowe played for Utah Utes. Sadly, he passed away on September 26, 2021.
Utah Utes dedicate first Pac-12 title to late teammates Aaron Lowe, Ty Jordan https://t.co/Goe4A3VDAR
— NITESH BHARDWAJ (@newsquotesshine) December 4, 2021
Recently, Utah football honored Aaron and Ty Jordan. The two best mates lost their lives within a year in shooting incidents.
Reportedly, the club held a moment of loudness at Allegiant Stadium. Both Utes and Ducks fans came together to honor the two footballers.
Interestingly, the Pac-12 title game was introduced where Aaron’s mother became an honorary captain. Within halftime, Utah led over Oregon by 23-0.
Indeed, Lowe’s teammates, friends, and close ones are devastated after his demise. Celebsaga sends deepest condolences to his family.
According to his bio, Aaron was a Sophomore when he passed on. Reportedly, his height was 6 feet tall.
In 2021, he had started four games and contributed three tackles. Moreover, he was even named the first-ever recipient of the Ty Jordan Memorial Scholarship.
Earlier, he used to wear no. 2 for the college team. Later, he started wearing no. 22 to honor Jordan who died after a gun accident in December 2020.
Sadly, the new no. 22 for Utah died too. Indeed, the loss of their two footballers has hampered the team’s game as well as mental health.
Our honorary captain, Donna Lowe. #22forever ♥️ pic.twitter.com/myPuZhvWqu
— Utah Football (@Utah_Football) December 4, 2021