Sumlin adds flair to his ice bucket challenge

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge craze continues to sweep the SEC and its head coaches, most recently claiming Ole Miss' Hugh Freeze, Auburn's Gus Malzahn and Florida's Will Muschamp.

On Wednesday night, Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin accepted the challenge and added some flair to it.

Before he and his coaches got doused, Sumlin challenged the Aggies' three 2014 NFL first-round draft picks (Mike Evans, Johnny Manziel and Jake Matthews), ESPN's Stephen A. Smith and challenged "the biggest boss," hip-hop recording artist Rick Ross.

Take a look at the video, via AggieFBLife.

Bonus points for playing "The Boss" at the end.

Sumlin and his football program are no strangers to hip-hop music. He plays it at every practice, something he started in his final season as the head coach of Houston in 2011. Ross' hit single "Hustlin'" was regularly played before the start of the third quarter of games at Houston's old Robertson Stadium when Sumlin was there. Since arriving at Texas A&M, Sumlin has occasionally invited Texas disc jockey DJ Double R to spin tunes at practice live.