The toxicology report following the deaths of Sam Foltz, one of the top punters in college football, and former Michigan State All-American punter Mike Sadler have been released, showing the driver (Sadler) had a blood-alcohol content below the legal limit and low level of amphetamines in his blood, per the Associated Press.

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The District Attorney said wet pavement and Sadler’s unfamiliarity with the area were factors in the crash. They were reportedly unable to determine if speed was a factor.

The duo was killed in the same car crash in Wisconsin in July, but LSU kicker Colby Delahoussaye was the lone survivor.

Foltz was returning from a football camp when the accident occurred, and Sadler was in the car with him, according to the Lincoln Star Journal.

The Nebraska native Foltz was entering his senior season and was  three-year starter for the Nebraska Cornhuskers. He was the Big Ten conference’s top punter last season and had been named to the Ray Guy award watch list earlier in the summer.

Sadler was also an exceptional young man, the only four-time academic all-American in Michigan State history. The 2013 All-American graduated in just three years and was headed to Stanford to study law.
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