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Texas Sports Journalist, Radio Host Sean Adams Passes Away At 46

Sean Adams passed away at the age of 46 on Thursday.

Sean Adams, who co-hosted The Bottom Line on KVET 1300 The Zone and formerly wrote for Orangebloods.com, passed away at the age of 46 on Thursday. Adams was a well-known member of the media in the Austin, Texas area.

Adams reportedly died of a heart attack.

Here's more about Adams, per the Austin American-Statesman:

He first broke onto the Austin media landscape as a columnist with Orangebloods.com in 2004, the widely-read website that covers Texas athletics. He broke into sports media and used his platform to promote positive thinking while “keeping it real,” according to his personal website. He always showed up for Monday press conferences during the football season with a smile and would shake anyone’s hand, offering a smile or head-shaking reaction based on how UT had played on Saturday.

A number of Adams' colleagues, including his radio partner Chip Brown, have issued statements on Twitter in his honor.

Our thoughts are with Adams' family and friends.