Utah’s game notes for the new college football season feature a new addition.

The Salt Lake Tribune’s Josh Newman spotted the new addition, sharing the passage on Twitter. Included is a letter from the Utah players to Ty Jordan and Aaron Lowe.

It read:

“We did it. We kept our promise,” the letter reads. “When we lost you, the pain was real — and unthinkable. Had we not known what you wanted for us, to fight and play with a smile along the way — we may not have been able to carry on. 

“But we did. We fought, we played, and we smiled.

“We played for the guys next to us, and we lived each day with a newfound passion. We love harder, we dig deeper, and we give 22% more — and we got 22% better. We kept your spirits in our hearts and together, we reigned supreme. 

“We felt you there when we went to Vegas and took what was ours. We gave every last piece of ourselves on the field in Pasadena. And we honored you there too. We came up short, but we left proud. 

“We fought, we played, and we smiled. At the end of the day, with 22 in our hearts, we made history. 

“We did it, we kept our promise — and we aren’t stopping now. We will carry you with us forever. 

“Thank you 22.

“Love, Your Brothers.”

Utah dedicated the 2021 season to the memory of Jordan and Lowe. They’ll honor them in 2022 with a special hand-painted helmet to be worn in October against USC. And they’ll look to keep advancing as a program, with eyes for the College Football Playoff this season.

The seventh-ranked Utes open the season against Florida in Gainesville on Saturday, with kickoff set for 4 p.m. PT on ESPN.