It’s not just celebrities that are participating in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
College and professional athletes and coaches have become some of the biggest challengers.
Texas Tech Red Raiders’ head coach Kliff Kingsbury participated in perhaps the most hilarious challenge yet when he called out three former Red Raiders and current Denver Broncos’ players and Beyonce. He then revealed a shirt that said “Beyonce is BAE” and his entire program took the challenge (you can watch that here).
On Monday, it was time for the National Champions to respond to their challenges. Florida State Seminoles’ head coach Jimbo Fisher was challenged by Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Jameis Winston (as were current Buffalo Bills and former Seminoles’ quarterback E.J. Manuel and Seminoles’ cornerback P.J. Williams, the defensive MVP of the BCS National Championship Game – you can watch Winston’s challenge here)
You can watch Fisher, along with three of his assistants, assistant head coach and offensive line coach Rick Trickett, co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Randy Sanders and recruiting coordinator and tight ends coach Tim Brewster, take the challenge below.
Fisher nominated Seminoles’ baseball assistant coach Mike Martin, Jr., his oldest son, Trey Fisher and his wife Candi Fisher. Tricket, a former West Virginia Mountaineers’ assistant, nominated Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban, Mountaineers’ head coach Dana Holgerson and Seminoles’ assistant Sal Sunseri. Sanders nominated two Seminoles’ assistants, wide receivers’ coach Lawrence Dawsey and running backs’ coach Jay Graham as well as backup quarterback Sean Maguire. Brewster, former San Diego Chargers and Mississippi State Bulldogs’ assistant, nominated Chargers’ tight end Antonio Gates and Bulldogs’ head coach Dan Mullen.