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July 1, 2014 9:46 PM

Richard Hyatt: Let Philip Lutzenkirchen's family mourn

Until this past weekend, he was No. 43, the popular player whose name had to be squeezed on to the back of his Auburn jersey. But when horrible police reports began to trickle out of Troup County Sunday morning, Philip Lutzenkirchen became more than a football hero.

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