In what will be the final Rose Bowl that features the traditional Pac-12 vs. Big Ten set-up, Utah will represent the Conference of Champions once more. A second consecutive trip to Pasadena was already meaningful for the program, but moving forward, the ‘Granddaddy of Them All’ will probably hold a bit of a special place in the hearts of the Utes for a different reason.

Ahead of Monday’s matchup between Utah and Penn State, the Rose Bowl Foundation installed two bricks side-by-side in the stadium’s Rose Plaza memorializing Ty Jordan and Aaron Lowe.

Each features the messages “In loving memory” and “He lived his legacy.”

The Moment of Loudness — Utah’s tribute to Lowe and Jordan during each game — will also take place during the Rose Bowl game on Monday.

Kickoff between the Utes and the Penn State Nittany Lions is set for 2 p.m. PT on ESPN.