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The plan to honor Ryan Hilinski’s late brother Tyler at the Alabama game

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The message popped up on Twitter, with a Hilinski’s Hope masthead. The tweet that seemed to get it going was from South Carolina cheerleader Gabrielle Comeau.

It has a simple plan, a way to pay respect to Tyler Hilinski, the late brother of Gamecocks QB Ryan Hilinski who died by suicide in January of 2018. The memory of Tyler has been a constant presence in Ryan’s life, and after his first college touchdowns, Ryan pointed to the sky and threw up three fingers for Tyler’s No. 3.

The plan is for fans in Williams-Brice to stand for the first play of of the third quarter of Saturday’s Alabama game and raise up the number three.

Since Comeau’s tweet went up, it was shared by the official Hilinski’s Hope account. The organization started after Tyler’s death and is focused on raising awareness for mental health issues with student-athletes.

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15 hours ago, gAmkok said:

Anything that calls attention to Hilinski's Hope is worth doing. Great and meaningful foundation. It would be especially nice if the University threw the HH logo on the beast board for the duration of that play.

I think there is a plan in place for that to happen, as well as CBS covering it. 

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