Pat McAfee Donates $2 Million Dollars To Plum Athletics
By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PLUM BOROUGH (KDKA) - "How ya doing, keep it moving."
Despite being a constant refrain from Pat McAfee on his daily radio show, today we just cannot do that.
McAfee, a Pittsburgh native and former Indianapolis Colts punter, gave back to his hometown on Thursday, donating $2 million to Plum Athletics.
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During his time at Plum, he was a three-sport athlete, playing football, volleyball, and soccer.
From there, McAfee went on to play as a kicker at West Virginia from 2005-2008.
"I am so lucky I grew up in Plum," McAfee said on KDKA's Living Room Sports in June 2020. "Hardworking people, great people, and the greatest sandwich shop in the world – Rudy's Subs."
For eight seasons, McAfee "kicked balls," as he describes it, for the Indianapolis Colts. After retiring in 2016, McAfee turned to the media business, starting his own podcast.
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