Pat McAfee raises $70k for cancer research while disguised as elderly man
Halloween is still more than a week away, but that didn’t stop former Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee from dressing up for some trick-or-treat action at the Lucas Oil Stadium.
Returning to his old stomping grounds over the weekend, the WWE NXT analyst tricked fans in attendance when he disguised himself as an elderly man to drill three field goals for charity. This all took place prior to Sunday’s game between the Colts and Buffalo Bills. “Grandpa” McAfee’s collective kicks raised $70,000 for the IU Simon Cancer Center, altogether adding a new meaning to the traditional “trick or treat” phrase.
I apologize for missing all of the incredible #ForTheBrand action around the league.. I’m at @LucasOilStadium, hoping to witness @adamvinatieri make history..ALSO.Kicked some field goals and raised $70G for the IU Cancer Center pre game.. Great day being back in the @Colts world. pic.twitter.com/4SXgGjCimW— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) October 21, 2018