The ALS Hot Pepper Challenge is social media's newest viral tactic for raising awareness for Lou Gehrig's Disease.
Well, ASU basketball coach Bobby Hurley accepted the challenge this week -- and he passed it along to football coach Herm Edwards.
How did both men hold up? Take a look for yourself.
Coach @BobbyHurley11 answered the ALS Hot Pepper Challenge from his brother @RhodyMBB Coach @dhurley15. Now he's calling out @SunDevilWBB's @ASUCoachCharli and @FootballASU Coach @HermEdwards! #ChallengeIssued #ALS🌶🌶️ @ALSTDI pic.twitter.com/5jlcrEbnSK
— Sun Devil MBB (@SunDevilHoops) January 23, 2018
— Herm Edwards (@HermEdwards) January 24, 2018
Update! ASU wrestling coach Zeke Jones accepted Herm Edwards' challenge, and he passed it on to Sun Devil baseball coach Tracy Smith.
Here it is @HermEdwards. Today we fought a disease that we will one day beat. Now it’s on our man @ASUSkip to fight the battle with us. @BobbyHurley11 #ALSPepperChallenge @FootballASU @ASUWrestling @ASUCoachCharli pic.twitter.com/i4HGudoGbn
— Zeke Jones (@ZekeJones) January 25, 2018