By Jeff Hauser @radiohauser on August 18, 2014
The "Ice Bucket Challenge" to strike out ALS is sweeping across the nation, with celebrities and athletes getting wet in the name of charity. Some Pac-12 Football teams got involved, and here are their videos.
Anyone who would like to learn more or donate can go to www.alsa.org
It's unknown who challenged Washington Huskies head coach Chris Petersen. He passed the challenge on to offensive coordinators Jeff Tedford of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Dirk Koetter of the Atlanta Falcons.
A few of the UCLA Bruins football players started a challenge in honor of 10-year-old Dominic Cumo, who suffers from ALS. They passed the challenge on to the UCLA athletic staff.
After the UCLA Bruins players challenged their athletic staff, Head coach Jim Mora was challenged again by his daughter, Lillia. He decided to donate money and instead nominated his son Trey to take the challenge. Mora passed the challenge on to UCLA alumni/former Dallas Cowboys QB Troy Aikman, Minnesota Vikings LB Anthony Barr and Bruins OL Xavier Su'a-Filo.
Utah Utes head coach Kyle Whittingham was challenged by KLS-TV Sportscaster Rod Zundel and friend Tom Jones from Philadelphia. He passed the challenge on to Ute alumni, San Diego Chargers S Eric Weddle, Cleveland Browns LB Paul Kruger, and Oakland Raiders OL Tony Bergstrom, as well as actress Reese Witherspoon.
Colorado Buffaloes players and head coach Mike Macintyre accepted the challenge from Duke University assistant athletic director Art Chase and Mcguckin's Hardware in Boulder, Colo. The Buffs passed the challenge on to President Barack Obama.
USC Trojans head coach Steve Sarkisian accepted the challenge from USC athletic director Pat Haden. He passed the challenge on to the Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks and head coach Pete Carroll.
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