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Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen wins his team bucket hats with 60-yard golf chip (Video)

Graham Watson
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Jan 1, 2014; Orlando, FL, USA; Wisconsin Badgers head coach Gary Andersen during the second half of the Capital One Bowl against the South Carolina Gamecocks held at the Florida Citrus Bowl. (Rob Foldy-USA TODAY Sports)

Wisconsin sure loves its bucket hats.

For the second time in the past week, coach Gary Andersen has offered up Wisconsin bucket hats for completing a team-building challenge.

Last week, it was bucket hat trivia where players received bucket hats for correctly answering Wisconsin trivia — and walk-on Connor Udelhoven earned a scholarship.

On Monday, Anderson gave each position group a chance to win bucket hats if one member could chip a golf ball 60 yards and land it in the “W” in the middle of the indoor facility.

Of course, there was a lot of failure. One player even sliced the ball into another teammates, which probably would have hurt more if he hadn’t been wearing pads.

But, in the end, Andersen grabs a wedge and shows his teams exactly how it’s done.

And buckets hat were given to all.

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