College coaches, alumni gather for golf event selfie

Tuesday April 28th, 2015

The Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge is an annual golf event that pairs coaches and former players from various schools in head-to-head matchups against their rivals.

This year's field includes North Carolina's Roy Williams, Ohio State's Urban Meyer and Alabama's Nick Saban on the coaches side, and former players like Bo Jackson, Kenny Lofton, Sterling Sharpe and Mark Ingram.

Before hitting the links, the players all posed for a picture at Reynolds Plantation in Georgia, which inevitably devolved into a selfie of some of the members of the illustrious field.

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The event started out with a bang on Monday, as Bo Jackson fired a 331-yard shot to win the celebrity long drive competition.

Brendan Maloy

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