Georgia fans are calling on others to support a South Carolina football gameday tradition — “Forever to Three,” to honor the death of the brother of South Carolina quarterback Ryan Hilinski. Per the tradition, students raise three fingers up to the sky during the beginning and end of the third quarter.
Thousands at Williams-Brice Stadium showed support for Tyler Hilinski, the late brother of Gamecocks quarterback Ryan Hilinski.
The number on South Carolina QB Ryan Hilinski’s jersey symbolizes a brother’s eternal bond, and hope for a family trying to heal from unimaginable hardship.
Mark and Kym Hilinski bought a house on Lake Murray so they could be close to their sons, USC freshman quarterback Ryan Hilinski and Kelly Hilinski who lives in Irmo. The Hilinski family is adjusting to life after the suicide of Tyler Hilinski while a quarterback at Washington State. Tyler’s jersey and photos sit prominently in the new house. [email protected]