A Minneapolis man's winning streak on Jeopardy keeps rolling on.
23-year-old Cargill systems analyst Drew Horwood is less than a year removed from the University of Minnesota. The Pioneer Press reports he's among only seven players in the eight-straight-wins club. (For many years the game show had a policy of retiring a contestant after five victories.)
Horwood is also a former intern for U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, who's been following his success on the show.
Like all contestants, Horwood is sworn to secrecy and strictly forbidden from revealing the outcome of the shows before they are broadcast. He says on Twitter that his vow of silence has lasted more than four months.