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College football player dies on the way home, school says

A University of Kansas football player died in an accident while returning to California for vacation, according to a statement from the University of Kansas.

A University of Kansas football player died in an accident while returning to California for vacation, according to a statement from the University of Kansas.

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Kansas college football player He died in an accident while returning to California on vacation, according to a statement from the university.

Junior Bryant Rosas, who played offensively Benedict University lineman The Atchison resident was hit by a snowstorm on his way home, according to a GoFundMe set up for families.

he Crashed in Colorado On the way to San Jose on Tuesday, Dec. 13, KTVU reported.

“Bryant always put others in front of him and made sure everyone felt included,” GoFundMe said. “He will be missed forever, he will be loved.”

Before enrolling at Benedict College, Rosas played for the following teams: San Jose City Collegeaccording to a statement from the university.

“We miss your energetic personality, a warm smile and a locker room concert,” San Jose City College Football said on Twitter. “You were a great teammate, a great friend and most of all a brother to us.”

Rosas has moved over a thousand miles awayhis love for music remained unchanged, reported News-Press NOW.

“He would have walked past my office and sang,” Benedict’s head coach Joel Osborne told the outlet. “He was just a pleasure to be with.”

Atchison is about 80 miles northwest of Kansas City.



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