Watch KSU student in ‘Jeopardy! College Championship’ finals tonight

A student from Kennesaw State University has earned his way into the “Jeopardy! National College Championship” finals.

Raymond Goslow, a senior at KSU, earned $20,779 in the semi-finals episode on Thursday night, defeating opponents from Georgetown University and Harvard, WSB-TV reported.

“I’m really, really grateful that I was able to get on it for this special tournament,” Goslow said to the news channel. “It’s very special to get to bring Kennesaw State to the people around the country in prime time.”

See if Raymond can clinch the title of champion and take home the top prize of $100,000, tonight, Feb. 22, on ABC.

Watch it at home or at one of Kennesaw State University’s watch parties, which will be held at the Carmichael and J.M. Wilson Student Centers. Doors open at 7:15 p.m. with plenty of food and fanfare.

Hooty Hoo, Owl Nation.