RIP, Jason Winrow

September 24, 2012 at 12:40p    by Chris Lauderback    
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The former OSU lineman died suddenly last night at age 41. (twitter.com)
Source: @DOMTIBERI

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Chris Lauderback's picture

No word yet on exactly what happened other than he unexpectedly passed at home.

Buckeye Chuck's picture

I think Winrow was part of that first big recruiting class that John Cooper had, the one headlined by another New Jerseyan, Alonzo Spellman. Way too soon.

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CALPOPPY's picture

Spellman and his dreads. He was a force.

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Ramzy Nasrallah's picture

I'm numb. Jason developed type II diabetes after retiring from the NFL and had his struggles with it, though I don't know if that had anything to do with what killed him.

Here is a story I wrote with him from last summer. RIP, Big Win. This is awful.

Sgt. Elias's picture

Rest Easy big man. :(

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theDuke's picture

Adios Big Win. Loved hearing you on QFM every now and again. You will be missed by Buckeye Nation. Prayin for your family.

theDuke

DarthSweaterVest's picture

With it coming after foot surgery, a likely culprit would be a blood clot leading to MI or stroke or pulmonary embollism, but that is just conjecture.

hodge's picture

Rest in peace. 

Bucks43201's picture

Life is short. Carpe diem. Rest in peace, Jason. I'll keep the Winrow family in my prayers.

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southbymidwest's picture

Lovely piece on him by Ramzy. Sounded like a great guy to shoot the football stuff with, and  the kind of guy that I would want to be in the trenches with. His family and loved ones will be in my prayers tonight.

Joe Beale's picture

I used to work for a guy that sold him life insurance back in the mid-90s. Never did get to meet him though. I hope he still has that policy; one thing those guys never did was under-insure. Rest in peace, big win.

buckeyefanatic's picture

WOW!  At the age of 41.  Just wow.  Thoughts are with his friends and family.

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