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Published: Friday, Sept. 2 2011 8:00 p.m. MDT

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Anyone who knows Ron knows how kind of a person he is and how much he loves his wife. I was heartbroken when I heard this news.

Cedar Hills, UT

My deepest condolences to Ron and his family. How tragic. I regulary cheer blue but on an occassion like this is sure makes the game seem trivial. Make God bless you and your family!

Utesville, CA

I hope Ron will remain strong as a person and turn sorrows into positive energy in life.

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Hopefully Ron takes all the time he needs this is heartbreaking. I think the team will respond well for Ron against USC and get the close win. Utah 27 USC 24. Ole miss 30 Byu 17.

Rugeley, Staffs

I was so sad to read of the tragedy that has befallen this young lady. My heart, and my prayers, go out to this young man that has lost his wife in such an awful way. God Bless this family. Football will always take a poor second to such an awful event.

Santa Monica, CA

God bless you and your family, Ron. I am truly saddened by your loss.

UoU 1991
Park City, UT

Chris B

It's classless to mix sympathy for a Utah player's personal loss, while taking a cheap shot at a rival. Grow up!

Looking forward to the tribute to Ron and his wife.

USC Dad #76

Our prayers,thoughts and deepest condolences go out to Ron and his family. We are truly sadden and heartbroken by this tragic news. May God comfort you and strength you in this difficult time. As a Samoan family hurts for its fallen neighbor, your Aiga will always be in our prayers. God Bless!

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