This past summer, Kentucky lost one of its football legends as former quarterback Jared Lorenzen died at the age of 38.

Lorenzen was a fan favorite who played for the Wildcats from 2000-03 before going on to play in the NFL. And Kentucky isn’t letting people forget about one of the best quarterbacks in program history.

After the Wildcats notched a 37-30 win over Virginia Tech in the Belk Bowl on Tuesday, junior quarterback Terry Wilson took to Twitter to dedicate the win to Lorenzen:

That wasn’t the only way the Wildcats honored Lorenzen in their final game of the season.

During halftime, Kentucky’s marching band got into a “22” formation, which was Lorenzen’s number during his playing days for the Wildcats. The band did the same thing earlier this season when Kentucky played Arkansas at home on Oct. 12:

It was a great all-around day for the Wildcats, who ended the season with their fourth consecutive win to finish the year at 8-5.