2007 Chick-fil-A Bowl - AT&T "Kick For A Million" Contest

AT&T "Kick For A Million" Contest

During halftime, Christopher Stewart of Corryton, TN was the winner of a national drawing for the AT&T "Kick for a Million" contest. Christopher elected to attempt a 30-yard field goal for a prize of $100,000. Christopher would miss the kick to the right by inches, but still came away with a cash prize of $5,000.

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