There will be two different teams and narratives going at it in the Rose Bowl as Utah and Ohio State meet in Pasadena, California. The Utes are Pac-12 champions and finished the season strong, including two wins over Oregon — the team who beat Ohio State early in the season. The Buckeyes, in contrast, fell into the game after they lost their regular-season finale at Michigan. Multiple Ohio State players have also opted out of the game. Ohio State vs. Utah | Rose Bowl: Live stream, start time, how to watch New Year’s Six bowl
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At some point while the sun sets near the start of the fourth quarter of the 108th Rose Bowl on Saturday, the football fans in Arroyo Seco will rise together in memory of Ty Jordan and Aaron Lowe.
Instead of joining in a moment of silence, Utah and Ohio State fans alike will cheer, stomp, clap and scream their hearts out.
This Moment of Loudness, as the Utes call it, is the vehicle for catharsis chosen by this resilient football team to deal with the unfathomable dual tragedies inflicted on the Utah program over the past 12 months.
The cheers never erase the tears, but they turn the Utes’ ever-present, profound sadness into something hopeful, something positive — something to keep Jordan and Lowe alive in their hearts long after their gun deaths.
“We went through a lot this year,” defensive back Clark Phillips said. “We had goals, and we lost people along the way. Just being in this game was something we dreamed of, and it’s something they dreamed of, too. It’s been a lot of bittersweet moments.”
Utah’s first trip to the “Granddaddy of Them All” is a moment for the ages among its legions of faithful fans, and none of these Utes could ever forget the duo who didn’t make it.
The deaths of the two close friends and former high school teammates rocked the program they left behind, yet the Utes rallied in their absence to win the school’s first Pac-12 title during one of the most memorable seasons in Utah history.
The Utes’ love for Jordan and Lowe loomed over it all.
“It really just brought us together and made us a more tight-knit group,” said Utah quarterback Cameron Rising, whose midseason ascent to the starting job catalyzed the Utes’ roll to the Pac-12 tile.