Jake explained that “the hardest thing I’ve ever experienced was losing my dad,” he wrote in a text to his partner. Mass at Myles. Myles posted a screenshot of the message on May 6, which shared that Jake also wrote, “My dream is to be a CFO of a successful business.” Nyawang
In honor of Myles’ Instagram Story, the defender who later called his friend “My brother 4 lives,” wrote, “Words can’t describe how I felt all day.”
The Texas Football page as well tweet, “Our hearts are broken. We love you Jake. I miss you so much, but will never be forgotten.”
Just five days ago, Sam celebrated his transfer to the Colts in an Instagram post, writing, “Something I’ve always dreamed of. Especially grateful to Indianapolis for this opportunity and willing to work!”
After the departure of Jake, owner of the Colts Jim Irsay also released a statement, which read, “I know how close they are and we’re just amazed, but we’re prayerful and we know God has a plan,” he told ESPN. “We’re doing everything we can to comfort our family and do what we can to make things easier in this difficult time.”
E! The news reached the Austin Police Department and Travis County medical researchers for information, with the addition of Jim Irsay and Steve Sarkisian for comment.