Football world reacts to death of Big Ten's Sam Foltz, Mike Sadler
Nebraka punter Sam Foltz and former Michigan State punter Mike Sadler were killed in a single-car crash late Saturday night in Wisconsin.
The punters were returning from Kohl’s Kicking Camp in Wales, Wisconsin.
Foltz, 22, won 2015 Big Ten Punter of the Year and was named to the 2016 Ray Guy Award watch list.
Sadler, 24, spent four seasons as Michigan State’s punter, finishing his career ranked among the Spartans’ all-time leaders in punts (second with 268), punting yards (second with 11,307) and punting average (sixth at 42.2).
See the Twitter reaction to the punters’ deaths below.
Man I'm hurting only God knows the reason he calls upon the great people in this world. Sam foltz my brother, my 4th down QB, my hunting buddy, and one of my closest friends in college!!! Long road trips to crazy hunting experiences man you give me so many reasons to just sit here and say thank you for being a friend and a brother. You will always be remembered brotha!! Not for the high punts or the big hits u make down the field but for your hard work and great personality!!! Just know the last 4 years we have been brothers/teammates you have shown me why I know God has called upon one of his great ones. I love you brotha !!!! @sf_huskers27 #rip27