ESPN Reporter Ed Aschoff Passes Away At The Age Of 34

He Was Battling Pneumonia

ESPN college football reporter Edward Aschoff passes away on Christmas Eve after battling pneumonia.

“We are very sorry to have to share the devastating news of the tragic passing of friend and ESPN colleague Edward Aschoff,” ESPN said in a statement. “He died earlier today, his 34th birthday. Our thoughts are with his loved ones, including his fiancee Katy.”

Recently, Aschoff announced on social media that an illness he had contracted while covering the Ohio State-Michigan football game had progressed into multifocal pneumonia. “I’m on day 4 of antibiotics. Days are getting better but nights are basically fever and coughing and sweating,” he said.

Aschoff was based in Los Angeles the past three years while covering college football for ESPN on multiple platforms. He had been with the company since in 2011, starting as a reporter out of Atlanta focusing on the Southeastern Conference.

Tributes began pouring in late Tuesday night from the sports broadcasting community.

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