It's not that we endorse racing golf carts in an open field. We probably wouldn't do it ourselves. But when others participate, we're going to watch.
And when it involves college football coaches who have won NCAA titles, we're definitely going to watch.
Former University of Tennessee football coach Philip Fulmer, who guided the Vols to the 1997 title and coached Peyton Manning, participated in a charity event with alums from Virginia Tech and UT at The Virginian Golf Club in Bristol, Va.
Fulmer partnered with former NFL linebacker and Vols player Al Wilson, while Virginia Tech had Chad Beasley and Pierson Prioleau team up.
The resulting video is very well done.
When charity is the end game -- more than $100,000 was raised at the golf event and dinner for the Speedway Children's Charities and scholarship foundations -- we're going to applaud it, too.