Aug 12, 2014, 9:58 AM EST
We’ve all seen the Ice Bucket Challenge videos that are clogged up Facebook feeds around the world.
And, as viral sensations tend to do, the Ice Bucket Challenge is now being done by some of the most well-known people in the country. On Tuesday, Nebraska head coach Tim Miles, along with his assistants Kenya Hunter and Jim Molinari, did their version of the challenge and, well, it’s fantastic. I won’t spoil it for you.
One thing I do want to make note of: In addition to promoting awareness for ALS, Miles and his assistants mentioned the names of Avery Harriman and Jack Hoffman. Avery is the seven-year old son of Nebraska’s other assistant, Chris Harriman, and in the last two weeks found out that his leukemia had returned for the third time. Jack is the young man that went 69 yards for a touchdown at Nebraska’s spring game last April. His brain cancer is no longer in remission.
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