Bo Jackson crushes a golf ball 330 yards to win long drive competition


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Bo knows distance.

The Chick-fil-a Peach Bowl Challenge took place yesterday at Reynold's Plantation in Georgia, and the Auburn Tigers team of Gus Malzahn and Bo Jackson each won one of the skills competition challenges.

As you can see in the video above, Jackson won the long drive portion with a mammoth 331.5 yard drive to win the celebrity competition, while Malzahn won the closest to the pin competition with a shot to 7'9". Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze had the longest drive of the coaches at 287 yards, and Scott McBrien (Maryland) won the celebrity closest to the pin at 8'2".

The full results for the coaches that participated are below.

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Long Drive:

Hugh Freeze: 287 yards

Rich Rodriguez: 273.3 yards

Gus Malzahn: 273.1 yards

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Dave Doeren: 273 yards

Randy Edsall: 267.7 yards

Dan Mullen: 242.3 yards

Urban Meyer: 239.6 yards

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Closest to the Pin: 

Gus Malzahn: 7'9"

Paul Johnson: 8'6"

Hugh Freeze: 11'6"

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Urban Meyer: 16'2"

Tommy Tuberville: 19'5"

Dave Doeren: 23'5"

Steve Spurrier: 23'5"

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Dabo Swinney: 23'7"

Rich Rodriguez: 24'6"