2000-11-07 10:15:17.93


A Union man has a chance to win $100,000 in the Missouri Lottery’s "Tiger Cash Kickoff" promotion after his name was drawn Nov. 6 in the sixth and final drawing. Eric Tisane has already won: --Two tickets to the Mizzou vs. Kansas State football game on Nov. 18; --$1,000 cash; --$100 in Missouri Lottery Scratchers tickets; --A Quarterback Club family membership; --Entry into a drawing to win either a trip for two to see the Tigers play in a bowl game or $2,500 (winner’s choice); --A chance to win $100,000 at the Nov. 4 game. In addition to drawing the final contestant, one of the six contestants names were drawn to win either $2,500 cash or a trip to a Tiger Bowl game. That winner was Pat Mignerone of Green Park. The promotion began Aug. 7 and ended Nov. 3. By entering non-winning Missouri Lottery Scratchers tickets, Tiger fans got a chance to win $100,000 cash and/or a trip to a University of Missouri-Columbia Tiger bowl game. Two weeks before each home football game, the Tiger Quarterback Club drew one ticket from the entries received. That person was the contestant for the next home game. For the first kickoff the Tigers received and ran back for a touchdown at any home game, the contestant for that game would win $100,000. None of the first five contestants won the $100,000 prize. In addition, the six players each won two tickets to a Mizzou home game, $1,000 in cash, $100 worth of Missouri Lottery Scratchers tickets and a Quarterback Club family membership.

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