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As part of the annual ChickfilA Peach Bowl Challenge, Clemson coach Dabo Swinney participated in the #RunningManChallenge and it was kind of awesome.
— ChickfilA Peach Bowl (@CFAPeachBowl) May 3, 2016
But the real winners were Ole Miss, who won $100,000 for charity. Yes, yes, we know you all have jokes about this. Go ahead, have at it.
— Ole Miss Football (@OleMissFB) May 3, 2016
A couple teams took to social media to show off their bowl rings today.
— Nevada FB Recruits (@NevadaRecruits) May 3, 2016
And speaking of Nevada, the Wolf Pack will play Northwestern in 2017.
Wolf Pack football will play at Northwestern in 2017 and get its second-largest one-game payout in program history. https://t.co/DUSuYfyAAI
— Chris Murray (@MurrayRGJ) May 3, 2016
Harbaugh continuing to Harbaugh all over the place with yet another satellite camp, Michigan’s 11th. This one will be in California.
Harbaugh adds 11th satellite camp, in California: Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh has added another stop to his s... https://t.co/POhF0M7Nmj
— DetroitNews U-M (@detnewsUM) May 3, 2016
Philip Fulmer tries to kill some Virginia Tech alums and himself while racing a golf cart for charity.
Of course you want to watch Philip Fulmer race (and cut off) VT alumni in a golf cart at a charity event. https://t.co/yaxdZ1x97L
— Dr. Saturday (@YahooDrSaturday) May 3, 2016
Iowa State adds DB Evrett Edwards, a Duke graduate transfer.
— Paul Clark (@cyclonereport) May 2, 2016
And finally, our feelgood moment of the day… Former Minnesota coach Jerry Kill threw out the first pitch during a Minnesota baseball game this afternoon. Good to see coach Kill doing well.
Coach Kill fires it in there and we are underway! pic.twitter.com/ci6MtTkMTP
— Minnesota Baseball (@GopherBaseball) May 3, 2016