Marshall University head coach Doc Holliday issued a statement following the announcement of Aaron's death.
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Aaron was paralyzed from the waist down after being struck by a stray bullet during a New Year's Eve party.
A 17-year-old boy at that party was also shot. A bullet was lodged in his spinal chord. "They can't remove it because they are afraid it could be risky and hinder him even more to do so".
"Much love", Aaron said after the game. "The entire Herd Family is praying for Larry Aaron's family". The first thing he thought of was to protect his girlfriend. He was released from the University of Maryland Rehabilitation and Orthopaedic Institute and sent home on February 8.
Aaron was a freshman defensive tackle at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. That included a tackle in the Herd's 31-28 win over Colorado State in the Gildan New Mexico Bowl on December 16.
Aaron, a Columbia native who played for Oakland Mills High School, later developed blood clots in his lung and legs.
Marshall announced it would hold a fundraiser at Saturday's men's basketball game as the Thundering Herd faces Charlotte. T-shirts with "93Strong" will be sold with all funds going to the family's medical expenses.