Texas Longhorns send condolences to Arizona Wildcats for Zach Hemmila

Texas players and coaches sent letters of condolence to Arizona in honor of Wildcats lineman Zach Hemmila, who died in his sleep on Aug. 7. Courtesy of Arizona athletics

The Arizona football team is still mourning the loss of teammate Zach Hemmila, who passed away in his sleep earlier this month at the age of 22.

The Wildcats have found special ways to honor Hemmila, everything from changing the team's Twitter handle to #Forever65 to Cody Ippolito vowing to call his parents every day to tell them that he loves them.

But on Wednesday, a special package arrived in Tucson, letting the Wildcats know that Hemmila's impact reached far beyond the borders of Arizona.

Charlie Strong and his Texas Longhorns sent handwritten notes to the Wildcats to let them know they were in their thoughts during this tough fall camp.

"After the passing of our teammate Zach Hemmila, the University of Texas football program had their players and coaches sign these for us sending their prayers. We appreciate the first class gesture and we thank you. We are wishing you well in this up coming season. #Hook'em #BearDown #Forever65," posted Nate Phillips on Instagram, along with a photo of the notes lined up next to an Arizona helmet.