SEC halftime contest booed, both pupils awarded $100,000

ATLANTA (AP) — Just what the Dr requested.Two higher education students each and every wound up winning $100,000 in tuition Saturday, shortly after boos stuffed Mercedes-Benz Stadium since of a baffling ending in a halftime contest for the duration of the SEC championship sport.Supporters at the LSU-Georgia match jeered when a single of the opponents appeared to seize the Dr Pepper ball toss competitors in overtime on a technicality.The two gals were tossing footballs with precision into the sponsored Dr Pepper buckets, both of those opting for the much more-exact chest go in excess of the traditional football throw. It was crystal clear they had practiced — a large amount.And why not, with so a great deal at stake.Baylor college student Reagan Whitaker and St. Augustine college student Kayla Gibson exchanged prospects many periods in regulation. In time beyond regulation, they tied once more, but Whitaker, of Allen, Texas, was declared the winner.The winner was established to receive $100,000 the runner-up would get $20,000.The supporters who skipped their halftime hot pet dog operate to check out have been baffled by the conclusion, and they sounded their displeasure.All those viewing at dwelling read the CBS broadcaster say something about Whitaker successful an previously tiebreaker. Dr Pepper claimed in a statement that Whitaker experienced scored the most points in the preliminary round.It all labored out in the end, however.It was declared on the broadcast in the fourth quarter of the activity that Dr Pepper would reward both equally Whitaker and Gibson, of Fontana, California, with $100,000 in tuition.Prime-rated Georgia conquer No. 11 LSU 50-30.___AP university soccer: or university-football and Indicator up for the AP’s college or university football newsletter:

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