I know that the 2013 Chick-fil-A Bowl Challenge is a charity golf tournament featuring some of the top college basketball and football coaches in the nation. But I'm just going to pretend it's a tag-team wrestling tournament anyway.
The nation’s premier head coach and celebrity golf event will be held April 28-30 at the Reynolds Plantation resort on Lake Oconee outside Atlanta. In the past six years, the Chick-fil-A Bowl Challenge has provided $3.3 million in scholarship and charitable contributions.
Over the three-day event, several tournament rounds will be played in addition to the featured, televised round of coaches and celebrities. The complete field of head coaches, professional golfers, former athletes and celebrities includes three NFL Hall of Famers, six Heisman Trophy winners, 10 national Coaches of the Year and 16 Pro Bowlers.
Syracuse coaches competing on a plantation for a Chick-fil-A-sponsored event? We're really going all-in on this Southern stuff, aren't we?
Some of the competing teams include Alabama (Nick Saban/Mark Ingram), Auburn (Gus Malzahn/Bo Jackson), Florida State (Jimbo Fisher/Terrell Buckle, Miami (Al Golden/Gino Torretta), North Carolina (Larry Fedora/Roy Williams), South Carolina (Steve Spurrier/Sterling Sharpe) and Virginia Tech (Frank Beamer/Dell Curry).
Saban and Boeheim in the same place? The universe might collapse from the curmudgeon-ness.
If Boeheim and Shafer don't come out in matching wrestling trunks (or this) accompanied by Motorhead's version of "Down The Field" and flex their muscles while fireworks go off behind them, I will be severely disappointed.