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Washington St. Cougars (Official Thread)

Discussion in 'College Football' started by LordJeffBuck, Jan 17, 2018.

  1. LordJeffBuck

    LordJeffBuck Illuminatus Emeritus Staff Member

  2. sparcboxbuck

    sparcboxbuck What happened to my ¤cash?

    RIP. Terribly sad.
  3. bukIpower

    bukIpower Senior

    Really sad to hear this... He was in line to start too.
  4. brodybuck21

    brodybuck21 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Staff Member Fantasy Baseball Champ


  5. BuckeyeNation27

    BuckeyeNation27 Goal Goal USA! Staff Member

  6. Buckeye513

    Buckeye513 Stable Genius


    Obviously I didn't know Tyler, what he's been through, or what was in his head. I will say that with mental illness that ending up on the ledge is not always that difficult, especially if you've already been there before. Whenever something like this happens people post the hotline number, tell you to see a therapist, talk to your friends, talk to your family, "suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem", "it gets better." I get that response. Sometimes that is all it takes, sometimes it can be prevented, people have been saved and gone on to live wonderful lives. However, and it might be hard for people that haven't been there to understand, but...the answer isn't always there, no matter how many people you talk to or how many pills you take. You could easily look at this kid and think he has a lot going for him; 21 years old, starting quarterback at a D-1 school, getting his degree soon, presumably has a lot of people that love him and want him around. Fortunately most don't end up in a place where nothing matters and they just want to check out of the game.

    LostLassie, lvbuckeye and OHSportsFan like this.
  7. Jaxbuck

    Jaxbuck I hate tsun ‘18 Fantasy Baseball Champ


    RIP kid

    Feel for his family
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  8. LostLassie

    LostLassie Am I Allowed To Say That? '17 BPCFFB II Champ

    It's always easy, looking in from the outside, to imagine there's a fix for other people's condition.

    Some of us just learn to live with our open wounds. For some, the decision is that it's not worth it. They're the only ones who know what they do and do not wish to endure.

    Hope he's found his way home.
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  9. brodybuck21

    brodybuck21 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Staff Member Fantasy Baseball Champ

    Watching E60 on espin and its an episode titled "Hilinski's Hope". Damn ....I'm all choked up. Hug your kids tight man....
  10. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    Starting Washington State safety Bryce Beekman dead at the age of 22


    As the country continues to come to grips with the coronavirus pandemic, the extended Washington State football family is coming to grips with a tragedy of its own.

    The Pullman (Wash.) Police Department confirmed to the Spokane Spokesman-Review that Washington State football player Bryce Beekman passed away Tuesday night. Beekman was just 22 years of age.

    No details surrounding Beekman’s death have been detailed. And, as of this posting, no Wazzu official has commented publicly on Beekman’s passing.

    The safety’s teammates, though, took to Twitter early Wednesday morning to share their thoughts.

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  11. LovelandBuckeye

    LovelandBuckeye You never lose to those pricks. Ever. Ever. - UFM

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