Louisiana Football Assistant Coach Dies After Suffering Heart Attack At Practice Saturday
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Louisiana football assistant coach D.J. Looney passed away on Saturday morning after suffering a heart attack during a team workout. He was 31-years-old...
Looney was a former Mississippi State offensive lineman was in his third-year with the Ragin’ Cajuns as an assistant offensive line coach. Thought and prayers to his family.

(The Spun)
Filed Under: NCAA Football
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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17 Comments
Sincere Prayers. Too young, too young...
Reply7 months
Wow. RIP... 31 is too young.
Reply7 months
So young, just something you don't expect...RIP
Reply7 months
Damn. He was a young Baw, plowing on, doing all the right things. RIP
Reply7 months
Damn RIP young man. Prayers for his family and the entire Warhawk family.
Reply7 months
RIP. Prayers to the family
Reply7 months
Wow, 31 years old. How does that happen to a healthy person? He must have had some underlying issue. Sad. Prayers for his family and the team.
Reply7 months
Wow. Terrible news. Guy was going to have a successful life.
Reply7 months
Surely this guy had some sort of congenital heart defect. 31 is way too young. RIP.
Reply7 months
Prayers for his family and friends. God bless him.
Reply7 months
He looks 45 in that photo
Reply7 months
Damn dude, just saw head Coach Napier Friday night.
Reply7 months
Wow, 31 years old. How does that happen to a healthy person? He must have had some underlying issue. Sad. Prayers for his family and the team.
Reply7 months
Covid
Reply7 months
RIP. Was he forced to wear a mask? Did he have breathing difficulties? He was a big guy, did he have health issues made worse by the mask? Tough questions need answers before others die as well.
Reply7 months
Come on dude.
7 months
Congrats on being absolute gutter trash, kkv.
7 months
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