Former Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins passed away unexpectedly, breaking the hearts of Ohio State fans.
Following the news on Saturday that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins died after being hit by a dump truck in South Florida, football fans throughout the country have been in mourning.
A makeshift memorial has been set up at Ohio Stadium after tributes from the Steelers, Washington, Ohio State, and the rest of the football world.
At the stadium where he once set Ohio State and Big Ten records, the former Buckeye quarterback has a shrine built in his honor.
Since Saturday, fans have been putting up signs and shirts in honor of Haskins at Ohio Stadium.
In South Florida, Dwayne Haskins was struck by a dump truck
Haskins was hit by a dump truck around 6:30 a.m. on Saturday, according to CNN. When he was hit, he was attempting to cross a roadway.
As a third-year sophomore in 2018, Haskins beat out Joe Burrow for the starting job and put up video game-like stats.
Haskins was a Heisman Trophy finalist that season, throwing for 4,831 yards and 50 touchdowns. As a result of his outstanding year, Haskins was a first-round draft pick of the Washington Football Team.
Haskins signed a one-year agreement with the Steelers after two years with Washington. Haskins re-signed with the team last month. He was in Florida with his colleagues, exercising.