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Keith Joseph Sr. and Keith Joseph Jr. killed in single-vehicle car wreck in Pascagoula, Mississippi

Modified Date: 
Thu, 11/12/2015 - 2:24pm
Accident Date: 
Friday, November 6, 2015

Mississippi State, high school mourning after fatal wreck | The Wichita Eagle

Pascagoula football coach Lewis Sims says his players learned of the deaths Friday night after their game. He says the Josephs had been a presence around the team, calling them "phenomenal people."

Mississippi States Keith Joseph Jr. and father die in car accident

Keith Sr. played for the Bulldogs from 1989-92 and is 10th in school history with 14 sacks. Keith Jr. was redshirting as a freshman this season.

Mississippi State DE Joseph Jr., father killed in crash

Mississippi State freshman defensive end Keith Joseph Jr. and his father, Keith Joseph Sr., were killed in a single-car accident Friday night. "We are deeply saddened and heartbroken by the tragic loss of Keith Jr. and his father," Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen said in a statement. With heavy hearts, our thoughts and prayers go out to the Joseph family, our entire Mississippi State community and all of the lives these Bulldogs touched." I was a classmate of Keith Sr., and took pride in having Keith Jr. follow in his dad's footsteps at MSU. They will both be missed greatly. Joseph Sr., 44, was a linebacker for the Bulldogs from 1989 to 1992.

Mississippi State, Pascagoula High School mourning after wreck kills father and son

His 44-year-old father was a linebacker for Mississippi State from 1989 to 1992 and is 10th in school history in sacks. Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen said the university community is "heartbroken" over the loss of "all of the lives these Bulldogs touched." Two schools are in mourning after a father and son who both played football at Mississippi State and Pascagoula High School were killed in a highway crash while heading to a game. This is the second time in five years Mississippi State football is facing such a loss — defensive lineman Nick Bell died of cancer in 2010. The Mississippi Highway Patrol says the accident happened about 2:50 p.m.

Mississippi State to have memorial service after fatal wreck - WTOP

Joseph Sr. played at Mississippi State from 1989 to ’92. The memorial service will be at Humphrey Coliseum and is open to the public. STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi State will host a memorial service on Thursday in honor of a father and son who both played for the Bulldogs after they were killed in a car accident on Friday. Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen said Monday that “there is nothing more devastating that is going to happen to you as a coach or as a football team” than losing a player. Keith Joseph Jr. — an 18-year-old on the current football team — and his 44-year-old father Keith Joseph Sr. were killed in a one-car accident in Mississippi.

Memorial service set for MSU football player, father killed in car crash

Memorial service date has been set for Mississippi State football player and father who died in a car crash Friday night. (Photo source: Hailstate.com) A memorial service date has been set for the Mississippi State University football player and his father, who were both killed in a car accident Friday night. Officials say the father and son died in a one-car crash en route to a Pascagoula High School home football game. Mississippi State Athletics will a host a service honoring 18-year-old Keith Joseph, Jr. and 44-year-old Keith Joseph, Sr. at 12:30 p.m. Joseph, Jr. played at the high school last year and was redshirting as a freshman this season for the Bulldogs. According to the university’s website, a moment of silence will be observed before the MSU game against third ranked Alabama at 2:30 p.m.

Mississippi State hosts memorial service for father, son - WTOP

STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen and senior defensive lineman Ryan Brown were among those who spoke at a memorial service on Thursday for a father and son who both played for the Bulldogs. Keith Joseph Sr., 44, and Keith Joseph Jr., 18, were killed in a car accident last week nears Leakesville, Mississippi, while traveling to watch a high school where both of them also played in Pascagoula. Joseph Jr. was a freshman defensive lineman on the current Mississippi State team while Joseph Sr. played linebacker for the Bulldogs from 1989 to ’92. Mississippi State assistant coaches Tony Hughes and David Turner, recruiting assistant Sleepy Robinson and Mullen’s wife Megan also addressed the team and family. About 1,000 people attended the event at Humphrey Coliseum on campus.
   
Type: Car Accident
People Involved: 
Keith Joseph Jr.
Keith Joseph Sr.

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