Weber State HC Jay Hill Issues Goatee Challenge To Signify Greatest Month Of All-Time
Mar 25, 2020, 10:42 AM
(Courtesy of Scott Winterton, Deseret News)
OGDEN, Utah – Weber State head football coach Jay Hill posted a video on Twitter urging his players and everyone in the community to grow a goatee and make it the greatest month of all-time.
With the pause in live sports including spring football due to the coronavirus or COVID-19 outbreak, Hill wants to make this the best month ever and wants everyone (who can) grow a goatee.
“I have a challenge for everyone,” Hill stated. “I am going to start with our football team. We are going to make this the greatest month of all-time. We are going to find a way through our workouts, through spending time with our families, through enjoying great scenery, find a way to make this the best of all-time month.”
“To remember it everyday, I want you to look in the mirror and grow a goatee,” Hill continued. “Mine is coming in a little grey which is a little embarrassing, but I am going to get all of our players and anybody else who wants to join to make this the greatest of all-time month. You ladies out there, we would love for you to join in. I don’t know how you grow a goatee, maybe you grow out your leg hair. But again, we are going to make this the greatest of all-time month and we are going to signify it with our goatee. We are going to get together as people and I can’t wait to see everybody’s goatee’s on social media.
#Goateechallenge2020. These last few week have been crazy with #COVID19. I’m challenging all to make this the best month ever. To join the challenge men grow your “goatee” and women grow whatever doesn’t make the significant other upset. 😂 Let’s make this the best month ever! pic.twitter.com/4OgCW7nInP
— Jay Hill (@CoachJayHill) March 25, 2020
Like every other program in the country, Weber State’s spring football practices were canceled after the outbreak.
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