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Jul 27, 2016 07:22 AM EDT

University Sports Fans And Friends, Sad Over Sadler's Death: Social Media Shadowed By Grief! [VIDEO]

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Ex-Michigan State University Sports Icon Mike Sadler dies of a car accident Sunday, July 24, 2016 at exactly 2:34 p.m. University fans and friends are very much saddened by the news and decided to take social media by storm!

Mike Sadler, a young man of 24 died yesterday while driving a vehicle that had been trailing westbound in Beaver Lake Road in Merton. With him is 22-year old Samuel N. Foltz from Grand Island, Nebraska, a fellow punter who died earlier than Sadler at 11:43 p.m., Detroit Free Press reported.

But Sadler's passing has been echoed all around MSU campus as a beautiful transition for his career to the afterlife. For sure, Sadler hasn't left the fields without leaving the ground impact first and foremost.

Sadler is very famous in the social media for his infecting sense of humor and the very notable "punting" moves in every State Football tries covered. But what really sent him to immediate fame was his memorable "ESPN camera moment" wherein he petted somewhat an imaginary cat owned by Bo Pelini, Spartan Avenue reported.

Henceforth, he was forever rag-tagged in the social media is a fun and adventurous guy who never fails to wear a smile on such solid face, Spartan Avenue again reported.

Famous Football coach, Mark Dantonio, in his recent statement, expresses the immense grief and loss he feels in behalf of the American Football Team. He stated that Sadler, a rising star had lived a good life and played a good sport. Mark Dantonio, respectively was the one responsible for confirming Sadler's death yesterday afternoon, MLive reported.

 A strong surge of social media messages and dedications from Sadler's fans instantly flooded the social media following the event.

Diamond Leung  posted in Twitter a poignant rhyme, "Hey Diddle Diddle Send Sadler Up The Middle".

Pat Narduzzi, another known Football coach expressed a very candid message saying, "Mike was one special person & player. Joy to coach & always made me laugh..Pray for him & his family".

As of today, more dedications and messages for Sadler continue pouring in the social media.

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