A challenge that has students lobbing footballs into trashcans for $100K in tuition highlights the dark depths of the student debt crisis
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Since 2008, US-based soda company Dr Pepper has sponsored an annual tuition giveaway contest.

During the halftime of each of the five College Football Conference Championship games, two contestants go head-to-head throwing footballs into giant inflatable Dr Pepper cans. 

The winners take home $100,000 to go towards their future educational endeavors.

Though Dr Pepper is awarding a total of $1 million in this year's giveaway, many social media users are unhappy about the nature of the...

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