Chick-fil-A Bowl Challenge
The 13 college footbal teams represented (Team: Coach, Celebrity)
Alabama: Nick Saban, Chris Mohr; Clemson: Dabo Swinney, Steve Fuller; Florida State: Jimbo Fisher, Terrell Buckley; Georgia Tech: Paul Johnson, Jon Barry; Maryland: Randy Edsall, Stan Gelbaugh; Miami: Al Golden, TBD; Mississippi State: Dan Mullen, Fred McCrary; N.C. State: Tom O’Brien, Torry Holt; Ole Miss: Houston Nutt, Wesley Walls; South Carolina: Steve Spurrier, Sterling Sharpe; Tennessee: Derek Dooley, Stanley Morgan; Virginia Tech: Frank Beamer, Dell Curry; Wake Forest: Jim Grobe, Riley Skinner
Tennessee football coach Derek Dooley and former Vol Stanley Morgan are teaming up to compete for the 2011 Chick-fil-A Bowl Challenge golf tournament outside Atlanta.
The tournament will feature 13 college football coaches and former players from their schools competing for a first-place prize of $120,000 for their school, while all schools will receive at least a share of the $415,000 purse, with additional celebrity-am and pro-am pairings including Knoxville PGA player Scott Stallings.
Additionally, other participants outside of the 13 college pairings are made up of luminaries of various sports, including Phil Niekro, Brian Jordan, Kellen Winslow, Steve Bartkowski, Cornelius Bennet, Nancy Lopez, John Hannah, Tubby Smith and many others. A full list of participants can be found here: Chick-fil-A Bowl Challenge.
The portion of the tournament featuring the coach/former player pairings will be taped by ESPN and shown at a later date.