INDIANAPOLIS -- If you're a Colts fan and you were tuned into Sunday's game, well, maybe you don't want to talk about it.
Maybe you don't want to talk about the last-minute upset as Jacksonville's Blaine Gabbert hit Cecil Shorts for an 80-yard touchdown pass with 45 seconds left in the game to give the Jaguars a 22-17 win over Indianapolis.
It may be a game you want to forget, but it's a game Greg Langel of South Bend probably won't be pushing out of his mind anytime soon.
You see, Greg Langel entered Lucas Oil Stadium with a lot less money than he left with.
That is, if you count over-sized, cardboard checks.
During a halftime promotion from the Hoosier Lottery's Lucky Millionaire second-chance drawing -- Langel's name was called.
The graphic designer was one of five finalists selected for the promotion.
The names were entered into a drum and one was drawn for the grand prize.
"I was trying not to get my hopes up too much because I seem to be one of those people who never wins anything but gets very close," Langel said.
And, guess what? He's not one of those people anymore.
"I was just stunned...I was trying to remember to breathe and just thinking about all the great things this was going to do for us now."
Langel says he doesn't know what he will do with the money, but says it will help him sleep a little better at night during these tough economic times.
At least all of those horseshoes were lucky for someone that day.