The Stampeders & teams across the CFL found ways to honour DB Mylan Hicks on CFL Game Day.
Teams, players & stadiums found a multitude of ways to honour Mylan Hicks as the Calgary Stampeders returned to the football field for the first time since his tragic passing.
Words can’t explain how honored I am to be able to represent our fallen brother. Pray with me that the Lord gives me the strength, courage, passion, and perseverance to make this a special day for me, the team, and mostly importantly Reggie and Renee Hicks and that rest of the Hicks family!! #313 #Hicks #bub #familyfirst #purge #stampnation #salute #G2G
A photo posted by Jamar Wall (@j_wall30) on
— TSN (@TSN_Sports) October 1, 2016
A photo posted by Calgary Stampeders (@calstampeders) on
— Marshall Ferguson (@TSN_Marsh) October 1, 2016
RIP Marlo https://t.co/oedEHGbKRa
— BG (@BGrant84) October 1, 2016
GAME DAY!!! This one is for 31 #CalgaryStampeders
— Marquay McDaniel (@_McDaniel16) October 1, 2016
— Rene Paredes (@RParedes30) October 1, 2016
The jersey Jamar Wall is wearing in honour of Mylan Hicks pic.twitter.com/THvyqfHM2W
— Calgary Stampeders (@calstampeders) October 1, 2016
The Edmonton Eskimos also found a way to honour Mylan, running out of the tunnel on Friday night carrying a #31 jersey.
A video posted by Canadian Football League (@cfl_official) on
There was also a special Snap Wrap this week, dedicated to Mylan Hicks.
Michigan State Football will also honour Mylan with a memorial scholarship endowment and helmet decal. In addition to THIS video tribute.
— Spartan Football (@MSU_Football) September 30, 2016
The Spartans are wearing black #6 shirts this weekend in honor of the late Mylan Hicks. pic.twitter.com/vo2XG2fdOK
— Spartan Football (@MSU_Football) October 1, 2016
The Waggle podcast this week also featured a very special interview with Michigan State Head Coach Mark Dantonio. You can listen to it below: