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Utah Teen Gets A "Milk Mustache"



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(KSL News) -- A Utah teen has made a name for himself, and in return, has received his very own mustache. A Milk Mustache that is!

Rawley Burningham of Panguitch was one of 25 Scholar Athletes chosen out of more than 71-thousand applicants as part of the 2005 Scholar Athlete Milk Mustache of the Year Award, presented by USA Today.

Burningham was chosen for his excellence in basketball, track, golf, wrestling and baseball and for his academic performance.

He, along with the other 24 winners from around the country, received a 75-hundred dollar scholarship and a role in USA Today's Milk Mustache ads.

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