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Utah star freshman RB dead from gunshot
Wow! Utah superstar freshman RB Ty Jordan is dead from an accidental gunshot wound. The gunshot wound was believed to have been self-inflicted and occurred in Denton, Texas last night.

I have ties to both the University of Utah, where my son-in-law played for Urban Meyer, and to Denton, Texas, having just moved from there a few months ago.

RIP, Ty. Such a tragic loss of a talented young man. Link.... https://www.abc4.com/news/top-stories/ut...-in-texas/
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12-26-2020 12:59 PM
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RE: Utah star freshman RB dead from gunshot
I saw that news earlier. Absolutely tragic. Was it an accidental shooting or homocide? I think his aunt had referenced jealousy when she posted about his passing, but it looks like the police are not suspecting foul play (though they are investigating).
12-26-2020 01:51 PM
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(12-26-2020 01:51 PM)AssyrianDuke Wrote:  I saw that news earlier. Absolutely tragic. Was it an accidental shooting or homocide? I think his aunt had referenced jealousy when she posted about his passing, but it looks like the police are not suspecting foul play (though they are investigating).

The last report I saw said it was an accidental, self-inflicted gunshot wound. So, it sounds like he was handling a gun and accidentally fired it. He had such a promising future.
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