Indiana wins a game, Nate Sudfeld wins a bet

Consider Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins a supporter of Indiana’s football program.

At least for one day, that is.

Cousins, a Michigan State graduate, arrived at his Wednesday media availability wearing an Indiana hoodie after losing a bet with teammate and former Hoosier Nate Sudfeld.

As part of the wager, the two quarterbacks agreed to donate to a cause of the other’s choosing. So If Michigan State won, Sudfeld would’ve donated to Cousins’ youth football camp in Michigan.

Because IU won, Cousins agreed to donate Assist International, a humanitarian group that Sudfeld’s grandparents founded in 1990.

Cousins told reporters in Washington that he and Sudfeld planned their potential donations on a percentage of salary.

“So Assist International is going to get a good check,” Cousins said. “Happy to do it. It’s a good thing. So I’m rocking the sweatshirt with pride and going to make that donation.”

3 comments

  1. Chet, I agree and glad to see this. More people do need to be doing good things like these two players.

  2. Cool to see indeed. Would be even cooler to see Terrell Pryor and Ezequiel Elliot in Hoosier hoodies on Monday!

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