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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | April 20, 2016

Cougars help out in community damaged by severe floods

The greater Houston area has been affected by extreme flooding in recent days, and the Houston Cougars football team is doing its part to assist the victims.

Seven people are dead and several homes have been damaged due to the floods, and the Cougars are doing everything they can to serve their community. Fourteen players, led by offensive tackle Na’Ty Rodgers, served the city by delivering water to a local community center.

Here’s more on Houston’s admirable efforts:

Houston only lost one game on the gridiron last season, but acts like this illustrate the team’s pristine character off the field, as well.

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