The Pat Tillman Tunnel at ASU is Inspiring to Say the Least

The Arizona State football team will now have the inspiration of Pat Tillman, an ASU grad and Arizona Cardinals player from 1998-2001, when he turned down a contract offer of $3.6 million over three years after the season to enlist in the Army in 2002. He was killed in Afghanistan in 2004. The ‘Tillman Tunnel’ was installed this season to lead players on to the field before a home game. If that doesn’t give you chills, absolutely nothing will. View more photos and the full story at NESN


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