A Texas Aggie is dead after an apparent overdose of a lethal combination of drugs and alcohol AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File
FILE - In this Nov. 20, 2010, photo, Texas A&M fans cheer during an NCAA college football game against Nebraska in College Station, Texas. Texas A&M and the Seattle Seahawks announced Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016, that they have extended a deal allowing the NFL team’s limited use of the university’s “12th Man” trademark to describe fans. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File)

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Autopsy results show a Texas A&M University student whose body was found last year at his fraternity house died of an accidental drug and alcohol overdose.

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The Brazos County Sheriff’s Office says Sigma Phi Epsilon member Matthew Hayes of Beaumont was discovered unresponsive Dec. 6 in his bedroom.

The Travis County Medical Examiner’s Office on Monday said the 20-year-old sophomore died of a lethal mixture of alcohol and drugs, including hydrocodone. The death was ruled accidental.

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Authorities say Hayes attended a formal event the night of Dec. 5 in Bryan, then returned to the fraternity house in College Station. Other members believed Hayes was asleep the next day until he missed an afternoon function and his body was found.

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