About 50 Chobani employees volunteered to help give out 5,000 cases of free yogurt Saturday at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls. This is the seventh year the company has done a holiday giveaway. This year, a record 1,700 vehicles picked up the free yogurt.
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Bobby Engram is the Badgers' target as offensive coordinator, according to two ESPN reporters.
Thomas knocked down six 3-pointers in the win and the Wildcats held on to a late lead despite a furious rally by Utah.
"They were happy for me, because every time someone has a great night, everyone is happy for them,” Ballo said.