Ryan landed three of his five game chips in the $10,000 slot in the center of the game board, and reacted with wild enthusiasm each time. His other two chips landed in $1,000 and $500 slots. When "The Price Is Right" host Drew Carey told him that he had broken the record, previously set at $23,000, he just stared in awe.
"The experience was an absolute dream come true," Belz told OnwardState.com, a Penn State-centric website. "I am one of (if not the biggest) fan of 'The Price Is Right"!"