Edward Aschoff was one of my closest friends. He was was one the most genuine, enthusiastic, personable people I’ve ever and he made the world a better place.
Today is unspeakably sad and I’m devastated for Katy and his family.
— Kyle Bonagura (@BonaguraESPN) December 25, 2019
In the 11 years I taught sports reporting at the University of Florida, Edward Aschoff was the finest reporter I had the honor to teach. Gifted, smart, natural and a great BS detector. Beyond his gifts professionally, he was a truly wonderful human. This hurts. It really hurts. https://t.co/UNJUQxiQwv
— Jason Cole (@JasonCole62) December 25, 2019
My heart is heavy. I had the honor of meeting this GREAT human being. A smile as bright & beautiful as the sun w/a personality to match. He said Clyde was a joy to interview. We talked a great deal as you can see; it’s the mother and nurse in me. # Gone2soon @edwardaschoff pic.twitter.com/eNmtzndvLD
— Tonge’ Helaire (@HelaireTonge) December 25, 2019
Edward Aschoff, ESPN college football reporter, dies at age 34 … This is such sad news for all who knew, loved and admired Ed Aschoff. Taken on his birthday. Gone too soon. Rest In Peace, beautiful young man. You will be missed. https://t.co/X39ndNXBtV
— Claire Smith (@MzCSmith) December 25, 2019
Devastated about Ed Aschoff’s passing. One of the kindest, warm-hearted people I’ve ever met. And, if you were lucky enough to have gotten to know him, there’s no question you feel that way too.. God, he will be missed.
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) December 25, 2019
All of us who worked with Ed Aschoff are devastated. We taped a weekly college football segment here in LA. I learned to block out an hour, or two, after, because inevitably, we’d have long talks, about sec football, careers, life. I will miss those conversations and Ed, dearly🙏🏾
— stan verrett (@stanverrett) December 25, 2019