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[caption id="attachment_75360" align="aligncenter" width="640"]Girl wins 100,000 Girl wins 100,000[/caption]Girl from Ohio Wins $100,000 Prize at Big Ten Football Conference

Indianapolis, Indiana - Guys have often mused at what they refer to as "chick logic" when playing methodical games with persons of the opposite sex. Well, it sometimes befuddles guys when the seemingly incongruent "chick logic" proves itself to be a legitimate strategy.

Saturday night's Big Ten Championship game between the undefeated Ohio State Buckeyes and the Michigan State Spartans turned out to be the perfect scenario for "chick logic" to upend the male ego. During the halftime show, a special match was held pitting Molly Brown from North Canton, Ohio, against Alex from Minneapolis in a football pass accuracy match. The winner would take home a $100,000 prize.

Clearly Alex had the advantage as he had form mastered along with a firm grip of the football. Molly's hands weren't sufficient to keep a grip on the football so she used both hands for every forward lateral she tossed. The game wasn't even close. Within the first five seconds, Molly had fired off four two-handed shots hitting each one and Alex had shot three missing with each one. She went on to win by a score of 18-10. Molly took home the prize of $100,000, and Alex took home a reputation of being beaten by a girl which “cred” he won't live down anytime soon.

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Jason is a native of Calgary but now spends his days on the East Coast in Port aux Basques, Newfoundland.

Jason has been working part-time for eCanadaNow since 2010.Jason mostly covers sci/tech stories as well as entertainment news.

Prior to his work writing and editing for eCanadaNow, he worked in sales and marketing.


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