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Video added - Hitting the course with coaches


The Chick-Fil-A Bowl Challenge, a golf event featuring college head coaches and celebrities from around sports and entertainment, wrapped up earlier today with some familiar faces coming out on top. In total, Chick-Fil-A is donating over $750,000 to the institutions represented at this event. If you don't already love Chick-Fil-A (and who doesn't), you now have reason to. 

Last year's champion, Paul Johnson and Jon Barry of team Georgia Tech, once again took the crown coming in -10. Georgia Tech won $125,000 in scholarship money for their University.

In the all important long drive competition, Al Golden packed it 303 to win. Staring down a 94 yard par 3, Urban threw a dart to within two feet to win the closest to the pin.

Notable results from the event...

Long Drive:

Al Golden 303

Hugh Freeze 276

Dabo Swinney 260

Randy Edsall 255

Derek Dooley 250

Paul Johnson 235

Steve Spurrier 233

Dan Mullen 227

No reported "whiffs" this year. 

As for the real game, Johnson and Barry won at -10. 

Florida State's Jimbo Fisher and Terrell Buckley and Maryland's Randy Edsall and Stan Gelbaugh finished just behind the defending champs at -9. 

Dan Mullen and Fred McCrary came in at -8, as did Frank Beamer and Dell Curry. 

Urban and Jeff Logan came in at -7, as did Saban and Johnny Musso. 

Spurrier & Sterling Sharpe, Derek Dooley and Stanley Morgan, Hugh Freeze & Sean Tuohy, Larry Fedora & Roy Williams and Al Golden & Gino Toretta all came in at -6.

Jim Grobe and Riley Skinner finished at -5. 

Dabo Swinney & Steve Fuller along with Tom O'Brien & Tom Gugliotta finished up at -1.