Yesterday, the Chick-Fil-A Bowl Challenge held its skills competition where BCS football coaches and their celebrity partners competed for $20,000 in scholarship money for their respective universities.
Urban Meyer and Jeff Logan, captain of the 1977 team, represented the Buckeyes in the competition and although they didn't place in the long drive or closest to the pin competitions, they both showed well. Meyer finished 7th in the longest drive competition among coaches with a 254-yard blast, event if his mechanics look like they could us a bit of work.
Guess it could have been worse.
To think, we were this close to a hurled visor.
Logan, an avid golfer and founder of his own golf-related charity, the Logan Family Foundation, did Meyer better with a drive of 296 yards, good enough for a tie with Bo Jackson for fourth in the celebrity division. If we tie Bo Jackson at anything, we're immediately retiring from that activity to boast about it for the rest of our lives.
The coaches and celebs are back on the course at Reynolds Plantation in nearby Atlanta today to compete for more than $700,000 in charity and scholarship money.
|Coach Division||Celebrity Division|
|Dave Doeren, NC State||292 yards||Jon Barry, Georgia Tech||319 yards|
|Hugh Freeze, Ole Miss||290 yards||Riley Skinner, Wake Forest||316 yards|
|Scott Shafer, Syracuse||281 yards||Gino Toretta, Miami||307 yards|
|Dabo Swinney, Clemson||281 yards||Bo Jackson, Auburn||296 yards|
|Gus Malzahn, Auburn||277 yards||Jeff Logan, Ohio State||296 yards|
|Al Golden, Miami||261 yards||Fred McCrary, Mississippi State||282 yards|
|Urban Meyer, Ohio State||254 yards||Sean Tuohy, Ole Miss||268 yards|
|Dan Mullen, Mississippi State||205 yards||Jim Boeheim, Syracuse||255 yards|
|Steve Fuller, Clemson||235 yards|