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Washington State teammates, college football community react to Tyler Hilinski’s death

UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 18, 2018

WSU quarterback Tyler Hilinski (3) throws during practice on Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017, in Pullman, Wash. 

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WSU quarterback Tyler Hilinski (3) throws during practice on Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017, in Pullman, Wash. Tyler Tjomsland/THE SPOKESMAN-REVIEW (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)

Through social media, Washington State teammates and members of the college football community offered their condolences to Tyler Hilinski, who was found dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head in his apartment Tuesday night, according to Pullman police.

Hilinski’s younger brother Ryan:

Washington State President Kirk Schulz:

UCLA wide receiver Caleb Wilson:

Washington State defensive line coach Jeff Phelps:

Washington State defensive lineman Derek Moore:

Oregon offensive lineman Tyrell Crosby:

Washington State offensive quality control coach Drew Hollingshead:

USC coach Clay Helton

Former Upland High teammate and University of South Florida Jeffery Farrar:

Former Upland High teammate and UCLA linebacker Josh Woods:

Ex-Washington State wide receiver Tavares Martin Jr.:

Former Washington State quarterback Ryan Leaf:

Washington State quarterback John Bledsoe:

Ex-Cougars wide receiver Gabe Marks:

Washington State strength and conditioning coach Jason Loscalzo:

Oregon State quarterback Jake Luton:

Philadelphia Eagles and former UW defensive back Sidney Jones:

Former Washington State quarterback Tyler Bruggman:

Utah football:

Pac-12 Networks analyst Yogi Roth:

Washington state Lt. Governor Cyrus Habib:

Washington State linebacker Nate DeRider

Former Washington State receiver River Cracraft:

Sports Illustrated reporter Bruce Feldman:

Washington State quarterback Cammon Cooper:

Former Washington State defensive tackle Hercules Mata’afa:

Washington State inside linebackers coach Ken Wilson:

Washington State running back Max Borghi:

Washington State first lady Noel Schulz:

Former Washington State quarterback Jason Gesser:

Ex-Washington State basketball player Josh Hawkinson:

Nevada offensive coordinator Matt Mumme:

Washington State defensive back Skyler Thomas:

Washington State special teams coach Eric Mele:

Stanford football:

Cal football:

Washington football:

Former Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck:

Ex-Washington State wide receiver and teammate Isaiah Johnson-Mack:

Michigan State quarterback Brian Lewerke:

Former Washington State and NFL quarterback Jeff Tuel:

Former Washington State linebacker Parker Henry:

Idaho football:

Washington State quarterback Connor Neville:

Washington State nickel Hunter Dale: Senior Analyst Gil Brandt:

ESPN reporter Darren Rovell:

Former Washington State defensive line coach Joe Salave’a:

Former Washington State defensive coordinator Alex Grinch:

Former Washington State quarterback Peyton Bender:

Washington State cornerback Marcellus Pippins:

California defensive backs coach Gerald Alexander:

Oklahoma quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield:

Washington State safety Robert Taylor:

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll:

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson:

UCLA quarterback and former Elite 11 teammate Josh Rosen:

Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley:

Former Texas coach Mack Brown:

Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio:

Governor of Washington Jay Inslee:

Upland High football:

Former Washington State/NFL quarterback Mark Rypien:

UNLV quarterback Johnny Stanton:

Minor league baseball player Bryan Harper:

Eastern Washington coach Aaron Best:

Former Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez:

Former Washington State and New England Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe:

Former Stanford and current Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey:

Washington State running backs coach Jim Mastro:

Former Washington State outside linebackers coach Roy Manning:

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