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Watch this Clemson student sink a putt and win $10,000

That’s got a chance! It’s looking good… it’s…it’s GOOD!

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Chris Carns, a senior accounting student at Clemson, had the chance to roll a putt the length of a basketball court as part of a $10,000 halftime promotion during the Tiger’s 74-69 overtime victory against Louisville on Saturday.

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