KSU senior spins‚ wins big on “Wheel of Fortune”
Adam Kleg‚ a Kennesaw State University biochemistry major swept the May 19th episode of the popular game show‚ walking away with cash and prizes worth almost $62‚000 after solving the game’s opening toss−up‚ five of six puzzles and the prize−rich bonus round.(For the complete story and video‚ please click on the headline above.)
(May 20, 2008) — Adam Kleg’s two fellow contestants on the May 19th episode of “Wheel of Fortune” never
had a chance.
The Kennesaw State University biochemistry major swept the game‚ walking away with cash and prizes worth almost $62‚000 after solving the game’s opening toss−up‚ five of six puzzles and the prize−rich bonus round.
“It was an awesome‚ life−changing experience‚” said Kleg‚ whose winnings included $15‚000 in cash‚ a trip to Maui and a 128i BMW valued at $40‚526.
To watch Kleg proudly proclaim his KSU connection and clench his bonus−round victory‚ visit:
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