Clemson’s 15-year-old sophomore sister Bryan Bresee sadly lost her battle with cancer last week. A box of letters was given after last Saturday’s game between Clemson and Louisiana Tech Clemson’s Head Dabo Coach Sweeney. Inside that box were handwritten letters of condolence to Bryan and the Bresee family from each player on the Louisiana Tech football team.
Louisiana tech players write letters to Clemsons Bresee and his family
Last Saturday, Louisiana Tech traveled to Clemson to play a game they would eventually lose 48 to 20, but what the La Tech players did after the game ended would make the result really insignificant.
Clemson defensive tackle Bryan Bresee and his family suffered a terrible loss last week. Bresee’s 15-year-old sister, Ella BreseeShe tragically lost her battle with a brain tumor.
Understandably, Bryan Bresee didn’t play last Saturday, but the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs still had something for him and his family.
Each player on the Louisiana Tech soccer team wrote handwritten condolences for Bryan and the Bresee family.
Once the game was over, Louisiana Tech Head Coach Sonny Cumbie handed Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney the box of letters in one of the most touching displays of sportsmanship you’re likely to see in quite a while.
Oh, and La Tech’s Coach Cumbie even wore one “E11a strong” Clemson t-shirt during audition.
From myarklamiss.com –
“After the game, Tigers head coach Dabo Sweeney brought a box of letters to his press conference. Inside were letters from each member of the Bulldogs football team, addressed to Clemson’s defenseman Bryan Bresee, who missed Saturday’s game after the death of his 15-year-old. one-year-old sister Ella because of brain tumor.”
To Coach Cumbie and the Louisiana Tech football team…thank you. We need a lot more of that in this world.
Read more at myarklamiss.com.
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