South Carolina quarterback Ryan Hilinski continues to share the memory of his late brother, Tyler, though “Hilinski’s Hope,” a non-profit organization that promotes awareness and education of mental health and wellness for student-athletes.

On Tuesday, Hilinski and the organiziation will be featured on ESPN’s E:60. And the show shared a preview of the episode on Twitter on Friday.

The clip reflects on the time Ryan watched his brother, Tyler, lead Washington State to a comeback win in triple overtime against Boise State in 2017:

Tyler Hilinski, who played at Washington State from 2016-17, committed suicide two years ago.

Ryan Hilinski continues to share “Hilinski’s Hope” while playing for South Carolina. This season, Hilinski has filled in for the injured Jake Bentley at quarterback and passed for 1,028 yards and six touchdowns in five games.

Be sure to watch Hilinski on Tuesday’s E:60, which will air at 6 p.m. ET on ESPN.