Tate Martell, Ohio State QB from Las Vegas, gives emotional response to shooting

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Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell shared his emotional thoughts in response to the Las Vegas shooting, which killed more than 50 people and injured more than 400 others. Just last season, Martell starred for Bishop Gorman, a private prep school in Las Vegas.

During a country music festival Sunday night, the shooter fired hundreds of bullets into the crowd from a hotel on the Las Vegas strip. More than 50 people were killed, while hundreds of others were rushed in hospitals in what has become the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history. Authorities believe the gunman took his own life before police entered the room.

Martell’s initial tweet about the shooting came around 2 a.m. Sunday morning, and he followed that up with several more tweets about the tragedy. Defensive tackle Haskell Garrett, who also played at Bishop Gorman last season, expressed his prayers for the situation as well.

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