I don’t have any words to describe the pictures from last night’s candlelight vigil held just outside Martin Stadium for Tyler Hilinski. I wasn’t there, and if you were, thank you.
By all accounts, it was emotional.
Luke Falk and Mike Leach embrace at the candlelight vigil held for Tyler Hilinski. pic.twitter.com/OzzVXWW51b— Theo Lawson (@TheoLawson_SR) January 20, 2018
We want to take a moment to thank each and every one of you across the NCAA, Pac-12, #GoCougs family, and everywhere in between for the outpouring of support as we navigate through this difficult time. We are stronger together. Tyler Hilinski was incredibly special, and he will forever be remembered. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you. #RIP3
The WSU community comes out in full force to honor Tyler Hilinski in a candlelight vigil | The Seattle Times
Former WSU football players returned from all over the country, the current team came out, and the student body gathered in from to the Cougar statue outside Martin Stadium Friday night to honor WSU QB Tyler Hilinski, who died Tuesday.
Former Washington State receiver Isaiah Johnson-Mack bound for FCS Duquesne | The Spokesman-Review
Isaiah Johnson-Mack, a sophomore, was WSU’s starter at “Z” receiver in 2017 and finished the regular season with 60 catches for 555 yards and five touchdowns.