Brian Wallace Cause of Death Revealed-What Happened With
Brian Wallace, a former lineman at the University of Arkansas, has died at the age of 26, the team announced Friday.
Wallace’s father, Brian Sr., told Otis Kirk of Pig Trail Nation his son was in a coma and had very little brain function after suffering two heart attacks Monday.
According to Kirk, Wallace was having trouble breathing while at work and went outside to sit in his car to see if he would feel better.”Wallace then went back into work and collapsed with a heart attack,” wrote Kirk. “The medical personnel worked hard to get him to breathing again.
“Wallace suffered a second heart attack after medical personnel got him to the hospital. Kirk noted he was able to move his arm and leg Tuesday, “giving his family and friends some hope” he might revive.
Wallace finished his career as a Razorback playing 1,998 total snaps on the O-line … allowing 10 total sacks during his four-year career.
How Did Brian Wallace Die
Wallace, a St. Louis native, graduated from Christian Brothers College High School, KSDK-TV reported. He was a four-star recruit and was ranked the top prep football player in Missouri when he signed with Arkansas in 2014, according to the television station.
Former Arkansas offensive lineman Brian Wallace dead at 26
So saddened by the passing of Brian Wallace,” CBC Football tweeted. “We had the joy of watching him grow into a young man on and off the field. Always in our hearts. Love you big fella.”