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After Tyler Hilinski’s suicide, Cougar fans urge focus on mental health

Marching Band members Rick Flores, left and Amber Yiust embrace in grief over the loss of WSU quarterback Tyler Hilinski during a brief memorial held on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018, near the Cougar Pride statue outside Martin Stadium in Pullman, Wash. (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)
updated  Condolences have poured in for the family of Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski, who was found dead of apparent suicide in his Pullman apartment on Tuesday night. After news of Hilinski’s death surfaced, members of the college football community took to Twitter to share the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – (800) 273-8255 – and plead with people to seek help for themselves and others who are struggling.

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