The Georgia State Patrol says that former Auburn player Philip Lutzenkirchen was legally drunk when he died as a passenger in a car during a crash, The Associated Press reports.
Authorities released a toxicology report Wednesday and they confirm that Lutzenkirchen had a BAC of .337 when the driver ran a stop sign and the car rolled over on June 30 in Troup County.
Lutzenkirchen, 23, and the driver, 22-year-old Joseph Ian Davis were both killed. Davis had a 0.17 BAC.
The legal limit in Georgia is 0.08.