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    ESPN college football reporter Ed Aschoff passes away from pneumonia at the age of 34

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    According to reports from ESPN, Edward Aschoff, a school football correspondent for ESPN, passed on Tuesday on his 34th birthday celebration.

    “We are extremely sorry to need to share the staggering updates on the disastrous going of companion and ESPN partner Edward Aschoff,” ESPN said in an announcement. “Our considerations are with his friends and family, including his life partner Katy.”

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    Covering #TheGame was a lot of fun. Getting pneumonia … not so much. But, hey, I’m a hockey player. . . . . . #Buckeyes #goblue〽️ #BigHouse @ohiostatefb @umichfootball

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    ESPN said Aschoff kicked the bucket after a short disease, without giving points of interest. Not long ago, Aschoff tweeted that he had pneumonia, despite the fact that he was youthful and apparently had “a generally excellent resistant framework.”

    “Anybody at any point had multifocal (respective) pneumonia in their mid-30s as some who never become ill and has an awesome safe framework? Requesting two companions … my lungs,” he tweeted on December 5.

    His demise is an enthusiastic blow both to those partners and to the system, which keeps developing the new on-air ability to supplant the resigning age of ESPN veterans who helped construct its notoriety for being the “overall pioneer in sports.”

    Aschoff contracted pneumonia covering Ohio State’s 56-27 triumph over authentic Michigan on Nov. 30, as indicated by his Instagram page. He additionally tweeted about the sickness, portraying himself as somebody “who never becomes ill and has an excellent invulnerable framework.”

    Aschoff went to the University of Florida from 2004 to 2008, and he got a very close perspective on powerhouse national title Gators groups under Urban Meyer, helping spread the 2008 national title group for The Gainesville Sun.

    After joining the ESPN staff, Aschoff moved to Atlanta and immediately got known as the ATL Kid. As Aschoff advanced in the media world, he invested wholeheartedly in helping more youthful columnists break into the business and was consistently there to insight and guide them any way he could.

    Aschoff and his life partner, Katy, were set to be hitched in New Orleans in April. Katy gave a Godzilla ring to Edward when she proposed to him by going down on one knee in December.

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