The Houston area has been dealing with extreme flooding in recent days, reportedly leaving six people dead and thousands of homes flooded. A group of Houston Cougars football players are stepping up to help those that have been affected in the local community. 14 members of the program, led by offensive lineman Na'Ty Rodgers bought bottled water out of their own pocket and delivered it to a local community center for distribution.
">April 19, 2016
FOX 26 sports director Mark Berman, has more on the players that organized and carried out the effort.
">@UHCougarFB used their own money 2buy bottled water 4 flood victims n Spring area.Many helped deliver pic.twitter.com/n2nJkveGkg
— Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26)
— Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26) April 20, 2016
">April 20, 2016
The Cougars were spectacular on the field last season, and based on this story, the team is pretty awesome off of it as well.