Found December 26, 2013 on College Spun:
PLAYERS: Ben Flick
TEAMS: Cincinnati Bearcats
All season long, Cincinnati has been honoring its former offensive lineman, Ben Flick, who tragically passed away in a car crash this past September. Bearcats players wore his number, 77, on their helmets and jerseys to pay tribute to their fallen teammate. It looks as if that will continue into the postseason as well. The school tweeted out a photo of Cincinnati’s new “red chrome” Belk Bowl helmets, which now have #77 on the base. Pretty cool. #Bearcats will continue to wear the 77 sticker for the @belkbowl pic.twitter.com/3PFzeYQuJU — Bearcats Football (@Bearcats_FB) December 26, 2013  
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