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Doug Pederson wins his bet with Frank Reich

Doug “Tiger Woods” Pederson.

Indianapolis Colts v Philadelphia Eagles Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images

For the second time within a year, Doug Pederson has emerged victorious over Frank Reich.

The Philadelphia Eagles head coach easily defeated the Indianapolis Colts head coach at this weekend’s American Century Championship in Tahoe.

As you’ll recall, Pederson and his former offensive coordinator put a wager on their golf outing. Reich will now make a donation to Pederson’s preferred charity.

“It’s great competition. Fun to compete against Frank,” Pederson said, via “What’s best is that there is a donation coming to Eagles Autism Challenge.”

Reich was gracious in defeat.

“Back in Philadelphia, I gave Doug a run for his money a couple of times, but he is clearly the better player. More importantly, I’m thrilled to make this donation because I know firsthand the great work that Eagles Autism Challenge does.”

Big Balls Doug is now 2-0 in his best against other head coaches at the American Century Championship. Last year, Pederson defeated New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton to earn a $5,000 donation to the Eagles Autism Challenge.

Cool to see Pederson doing well on the golf course and raising money for charity in the process.

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