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NCAA.com | August 14, 2014

Chip and win

What do you get when you combine football players and golf clubs? If you guessed bucket hats, take a bow.

Wisconsin coach Gary Anderson challenged the Badgers to chip a golf ball into the midfield "W" on the team's practice field from 60 yards away. If any position group's representative completed the challenge, the team earned their own bucket hats.

After some failed attempts -- some worse than others -- Anderson stepped up and showed the Badgers how it's done.

Complete story at Yahoo! Sports

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