Tennessee coaches did their part Saturday night to aid in the fight against Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) by taking part in the "Cold Water Challenge" after a scrimmage open to the public at Neyland Stadium on Saturday night.
The disease otherwise known as Lou Gehrig's disease attacks nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord.
Al Wilson by linebackers coach Tommy Thigpen
Eric Berry by defensive backs coach Willie Martinez
Cordarrelle Patterson by wide receivers coach Zach Azzanni
Bill Bates by defensive coordinator John Jancek
Ja'Wuan James by offensive line coach Don Mahoney
Jamal Lewis, Rajion Neal by running backs coach Robert Gillespie
Heath Shuler by offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian
Reggie McKenzie by defensive line coach Steve Stripling
Ben Bartholomew by strength coach Dave Lawson
Jason Witten by tight ends coach Mark Elder
Coaches take "Cold Water Challenge"