BTN president Mark Silverman answered Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany’s ALS Bucket Challenge on Wednesday afternoon. Silverman challenged a group of BTN employees standing around him, and after the president took his ice cold bath, the staff members surprised him by dousing him again. Watch Silverman’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in this post.
Here’s one of the most touching ALS Ice Bucket Challenges Big Ten fans will see. Former Penn State and NFL linebacker Tim Shaw, 30, revealed he has ALS in his Ice Bucket Challenge video, posted to titansonline.com. Watch the video in this post.
What’s the best way to cool off on a hot summer day? How about having a freezing cold bucket of water dumped over your head, while also donating to a good cause?
BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo challenged Bo Pelini to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and the Nebraska football coach wasted no time accepting the challenge. “Let’s get it over with,” Pelini said after mentioning that he’d been challenged. Before getting drenched, Pelini sent challenges out to former Nebraska star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska fan Larry The Cable Guy and, of course, @FauxPelini.
BTN host Dave Revsine and Gerry DiNardo took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on Saturday in Minneapolis. Revsine challenged fellow BTN host Mike Hall, while DiNardo challenged Nebraska football coach Bo Pelini. Watch Revine’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge here and see DiNardo’s in this post.
There’s nothing wrong with an ice cold shower in the summer, right? Forget that, no matter the temperature, freezing cold water is going to shock the body. But, when it’s for a great cause, it’s more than worth the discomfort.
There’s nothing better than an ice cold shower in the summer, right? Forget that, no matter the temperature, freezing cold water is going to shock the body. Indiana’s Fred Glass and members of Nebraska’s men’s basketball staff know this all too well after accepting the Ice Bucket Challenges. Watch Glass and Tim Miles get doused with cold water in this post.