Yes, when they take the field, they are foes. However, that doesn’t mean opponents can’t feel for the team they are playing.
No better example of that than Saturday when Oregon State placed roses on the 22-yard line at its home field as a tribute to late Utah DB Aaron Lowe.
Thank you, @BeaverFootball, for laying roses on the 22 yard line and helping us to honor Aaron. #22forever ♥️ pic.twitter.com/YQJUHp85gj
— Utah Football (@Utah_Football) October 23, 2021
Lowe, 21, was shot early on Sept. 26 at a house party in Salt Lake City.
Lowe was a sophomore cornerback from Mesquite, Texas. He was close with Utah running back Ty Jordan, who died in an accidental shooting in December, and in August became the first recipient of the Ty Jordan Memorial Scholarship.