A couple of Michigan football players pledged to dye their hair orange if enough money was raised for the ChadTough Foundation and only New Year's Eve, they followed through with their promise.
It all started when Wolverines defensive lineman Chase Winovich vowed to dye his hair orange if $15,000 was raised. That total was easily reached and Winovich did what he said he would do by dying his hair. Luckily for us, Michigan Football posted the video to their Twitter page.
— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) December 31, 2017
But Winovich was not the only Wolverines defensive lineman to get in on the action as Maurice Hurst also said he would also dye his hair orange if $73,000 was raised.
Here is a photo of Hurst after dying his hair.
Orange looks good on you, @mohurstjr!
— ChadTough Defeat DIPG Foundation (@chadtough) December 31, 2017
According to the ChadTough Foundation, as of 9:10 p.m. on Sunday, they had raised an astounding $193,900.
THIS is a look Chad would approve of! 🧡
Tonight’s Operation Orange added more than $20,000 (x2) to the cause by nearly 200 people … so far!
— ChadTough Defeat DIPG Foundation (@chadtough) January 1, 2018
The ChadTough Foundation was set up in honor of Chad Carr, the grandson of former Wolverines head coach Llyod Carr. Chad died when he was only 5-years-old after succumbing to a rare type of cancer called DIPG.
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Despite giving absolutely zero indication that he’s interested in a return to the NFL, University of Michigan football head coach Jim Harbaugh is once again facing the rumors that seem to follow him around at the end of every Michigan season.
It isn’t exactly surprising that his name seems to always pop up as a candidate to fill NFL head coaching vacancies. After all, he did lead the San Francisco 49ers to three NFC championship games and a Super Bowl appearance in four years. Certainly not a bad professional coaching resume.
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