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Thread: UCLA walk-on WR Nick Pasquale was hit by a vehicle and killed in San Clemente this AM

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    Unhappy UCLA walk-on WR Nick Pasquale was hit by a vehicle and killed in San Clemente this AM



    God Bless his soul and comfort his family and UCLA family....


    So unbelievably sad. RT @Ryan_Kartje So unbelievably sad. RT @Ryan_Kartje UCLA walk-on WR Nick Pasquale was struck by a vehicle and killed in San Clemente early this morning..
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    Tragic.
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    OMG. How sad. Prayers to all the family and Bruins squad.

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    UCLA wide receiver killed this morning

    This is bigger than football. My heart goes out to his and the Bruin family

    http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2013/09/08/report-ucla-football-wr-nick-pasquale-fatally-struck-by-car/

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    Agree

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    UCLA wide receiver killed this morning

    Sorry, RR, didn't see the other thread

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    That's terrible news. Condolences to his family, friends and the Bruin family.

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    Sad.

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    Terrible news indeed. Thoughts and prayers to his family, friends and the Bruins.

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    Sad. Thoughts and prayers to the family.

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    Awful, prayers ware with them all

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    Very unfortunate. Best wishes to his family.
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    Very sad, prayers are with him and his family...

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    That's terrible. I hope there is a moment of silence with a prayer for him next Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucky View Post
    That's terrible. I hope there is a moment of silence with a prayer for him next Saturday.
    That would be great. Tough on a team to lose a teammate, immeasurably so for a family. My thoughts are with them.
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    Oh wow. Terrible. Prayers to the Pasquale family and to the Bruins program. =(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucky View Post
    That's terrible. I hope there is a moment of silence with a prayer for him next Saturday.
    Could not agree more........... would be a wonderful gesture expressing the Husker Nation understands human tragedy supersedes everything else!!! Feel very bad for this kids family...............

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    Very sad indeed. Prayers to the family.
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    WELL SAID cthusker, i wish i would have said it first. A moment of silence and prayer for this young man is indeed the sportsmanlike and human thing to do, it sends a message that we as Nebraskans would want to send to other teams, states, people. It is just a game, but this young mans family will all be sad for decades. We need to make a statement of humanity that rises above sport.

    Lastly, god bless him
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    Quote Originally Posted by Power of Corn View Post
    WELL SAID cthusker, i wish i would have said it first. A moment of silence and prayer for this young man is indeed the sportsmanlike and human thing to do, it sends a message that we as Nebraskans would want to send to other teams, states, people. It is just a game, but this young mans family will all be sad for decades. We need to make a statement of humanity that rises above sport.

    Lastly, god bless him
    have ron brown lead another pre game prayer ala PSU?




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