Legendary Auburn football coach, Pat Dye has died at the age of 80. Dye led Auburn football to ts during the 1980s, died Monday. He was 80 years old.
Pat Dye Cause Of Death Death
Recently, Dye tested positive to COVID-19 and was hospitalized late last month. He also had kidney issues and was also asymptomatic according to his son, Pat Dye Jr.
Pat Dye passed away on Monday, June 1, 2020. Friends and families are mourning his death, tributes are outpouring across different social media.
Twitter Reacts To Pat Dye’s Death
“I wouldn’t swap this year for any year I’ve been at Auburn. I wouldn’t swap it men ’cause I’ve watched you struggle, and I’ve watched you wrestle with them angels….and I’ve watched you grow up and become men…I watched you become men”-Pat Dye
November 6, 1939-June 1, 2020 pic.twitter.com/22C0790HE2
— Boosky (@sheabooskyy) June 1, 2020
RIP to Pat Dye! Enjoyed every moment he came to practice to spend his time with us man…will always appreciate every time i saw him and every word he spoke
— Kerryon Johnson (@AyeyoKEJO) June 1, 2020
A little over a week after being diagnosed with coronavirus, Pat Dye has passed on.
War Eagle. Forever.
“Life is short, so don’t waste any of it carrying around a load of bitterness. It only sours your life, and the world won’t pay any attention anyway.” pic.twitter.com/9mCiQLqUp0
— Pablo Escobarner (blue check) (@PabloEscobarner) June 1, 2020
Auburn coaching legend Pat Dye passed away Monday.
Dye was hospitalized with a kidney issue. He tested positive for COVID-19.
He had a 99-39-4 record and won four SEC titles at Auburn from 1981-92. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2005 pic.twitter.com/jSbJYSRrbK
— Auburn Gold Mine (@AUGoldMine) June 1, 2020