Philip Lutzenkirchen Dies in Car Accident

By DJ Byrnes on June 29, 2014 at 1:01p
Lutzenkirchen at a Mud Run in March 2014, via @wardamnphil

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Killer nuts's picture

Always incredibly sad when a young person passes. My thoughts are with his family and friends

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dubjayfootball90's picture

Absolutely terrible. Thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends, and Auburn nation.

You can feed a bobcat all the chili it wants. That don't mean it's going to crap out diamonds.

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bucknutfern4's picture

Damn I just saw the highlight of his one handed catch the other day. Sad news way to young.

Hovenaut's picture

Didn't see much of him when he played, but he sure seemed like a hard nosed player.

Sad news, thoughts and prayers to his family and the Auburn community.

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allinosu's picture

Being a father to two daughters, losing a child is my worst fear and I don't know how parents move on from something like this. They have my most heartfelt sympathy.

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RBuck's picture

They don't.

Long live the southend.

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Go Buckeyes14's picture

I followed him on twitter and he was hilarious. Kinda crazy that he passed this morning. Rest in peace. 

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CC's picture

The guy was clutch and seemed to have played at auburn forever.  Sad.

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Seattle Linga's picture

The entire Tiger family lost a family member - so sad and so young.

Praying the best for the family to recover. 

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GABuckeye's picture

This should be required reading on him.  Sounds like a great dude.

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ShowThemOhiosHere's picture

That's so terrible, my condolences to his family and friends.

I remember this guy from 2010, and for some strange reason, he always reminded me of Brandon Schnittker.  Not sure why...I always thought Lutzenkirchen was a FB and not so much a TE, they both wore #43 in college for national championship teams, and they both had long last names.

Class of 2010.

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BeijingBucks's picture

Very Sad.  In times of loss all CFB nation bands together as a family... except those cretins up North

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