by Barca Blog
Football head coach Bobby Johnson and former basketball standout Will Perdue represented Vanderbilt for the second year in a row at the Chick-fil-A Bowl Challenge charity golf tournament Tuesday.
The Commodore duo finished tied for 6th and netted $22,500 to go to Vanderbilt's scholarship fund. Johnson also won the coaches' longest drive competition (275 yards).
For Leathers' complete recap of the event, click here.
Also, check out Paul Abell's photos from the event. Click image to enlarge.
Each ACC and SEC coach that participated in the event (12 overall) was paired with a former athlete from their school. Click the photo below for a closer look at the field.
Front Row: Steve Sloan, Nick Saban, Steve Spurrier, Sterling Sharpe, Natrone Means and Butch Davis.
Second Row: Jimbo Fisher, Terrell Buckley, Billy Packer, Jim Grobe, Brad Clontz and Frank Beamer.
Third Row: Stan Gelbaugh, Ralph Friedgen, Monte Towe and Sidney Lowe.
Fourth Row: Bobby Johnson, Jon Barry, Wesley Walls and Houston Nutt.
Back Row: Will Perdue, Paul Johnson, Dabo Swinney and Dwight Clark.