Stunning news came out of Lincoln early on Sunday morning.

Punter Sam Foltz, the reigning B1G Punter of the Year, and former Michigan State punter Mike Sadler were killed in an out-of-state car crash. The Lincoln Journal Star’s Brian Christopherson reported the devastating news:

Sadler’s presence in the accident was later confirmed. Foltz and Sadler were attending a punters camp over the weekend. The incident reportedly occurred in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Foltz was a first-team All-B1g punter was entering his senior season in Lincoln and was on the Ray Guy Award Watch List, given to the nation’s best punter. Besides being a star on the field, Foltz was one of the most beloved Huskers for his service to the community.

Foltz earned the Nebraska Student-Athlete HERO Leadership Award in 2016 and was selected to the Brook Berringer and Tom Osborne Citizenship Teams. The Grand Island Senior High School product was also a four-time honor roll recipient.

Sadler was a four-year starter at Michigan State from 2011-14, where he became the first four-time Academic All-American in school history. Sadler was a B1G Medal of Honor recipient for his academic achievements.

The B1G community had a strong reaction to the tragic news:

One of Foltz’s final tweets says it all:

Our thoughts and prayers are with both the Michigan State and Nebraska communities and all of those impacted by this tragedy.