Carson King just made history as the "College Gameday" fan whose face is now forever immortalized on the front cover of Busch Light limited-edition cans. King held a sign requesting beer money, to which he received a lot. This money, which was sent through his Venmo, was donated to a children's hospital. He had hoped to have a couple of dollars but instead received a sum of more than $200,000 which he donated to the University of Iowa's Stead Family Children's hospital. He did keep a small amount for him to buy a case of Busch Light.

The sign he posted, "Busch Light Supply Needs Replenished", was seen on ESPN's "College Gameday" and a lot of people donated that much money due to the humor. It ended up with people being surprised since he gave most of the money to the Family Children's Hospital instead. Busch light was also amazed and they've promised to also match King's donation. They've been awed by King's actions and made sure he knows his actions are appreciated by posting King's face on what is deemed Carson King Limited Edition Beer Cans. Busch Light posted this on their official page.

Venmo will also donate an amount, which means that the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital will receive more than half a million dollars for their projects.

You can send money through Carson King's Venmo @Carson-King-25. Who knew a guy's joke and positive hidden motive will get the surprise of a lifetime?