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BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) - California football player Ted Agu has died.

The school announced that the 21-year-old Agu died Friday morning. The school said it would give more information about the circumstances later.

Agu was a defensive end from Bakersfield. He played seven games last season, recording six tackles.

Coach Sonny Dykes called Agu a remarkable young man who was respected and loved by his teammates and coaches.

The school said it is providing counseling sessions for the other players.

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