Texas A&M's Kenny Hill helped deliver a big 52-28 win Thursday night over South Carolina, and in the process provided over $1 million in free furniture for Aggie fans.
Go ahead, make the money sign.
A promotion at a College Station Ashley Furniture HomeStore promised customers that the cost of all purchases made between Aug. 16 and Aug. 27 would be reimbursed if the Aggies beat the Gamecocks by more than 10 points.
No. 9 South Carolina (0-1, 0-1 Southeastern Conference) had an 18-game win streak at home heading into Thursday night, and the Gamecocks were 10 1/2 point favorites over No. 21 Texas A&M (1-0, 1-0), which was playing without Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel, who was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in May.
The Gamecocks were also the preseason favorites to win the SEC East.
More than 600 people took advantage of the store's gamble, with one person grabbing up over $20,000 in merchandise, according to ESPN. In total, the store had over $1 million in sales during the period.
Against South Carolina, Hill completed 44 of 60 passes for three touchdowns and 511 yards, breaking Texas A&M's single-game passing record, set by "Johnny Football" against Alabama in 2013.
The store, which is an official sponsor of Texas A&M Athletics, bought insurance in the event that the Aggies were able to beat the spread -- which they did handily -- so it's not a total loss. The store will just be paying its insurance company about 15% of the amount it will actually return to customers.
Now, Hill just needs a cool nickname.
Well, on Thursday, you could have called him Kenny "the furniture delivery man" Hill.