Mystery Oreo cookie flavor contest boasts $50K prize

In trending news today, if you're headed to the store this week, you might wanna pick up a pack of Oreo cookies because they could earn you $50,000 dollars. Also trending, the Florida Gators release a new look ahead of Saturday' game with Texas A&M and McDonald's is bringing back a popular dipping sauce.

First up, anyone who can figure out Oreo's limited edition mystery flavor could be eligible for a chance to win $50,000. Those who guess the correct flavor by November 30th will be considered for the grand prize.

If you don't win that one, there are five $10,000 prizes also being offered. You're only allowed one guess each day during the sweepstakes period. Visit oreomystery.com for more details.

Also trending, it's been 25 years since the University of Florida's stadium became "The Swamp" and this weekend, the Gators will look the part.

The team will take the field Saturday, October 14th against the Texas A&M Aggies wearing new "swamp green" uniforms. They were designed to have the look and fell of an alligator.

Nike created the look over an eighteen month process. This will be the first time in school history that the gators stray from their signature orange and blue look.

Finally, a limited supply of McDonald's szechuan dipping sauce had lots of Rick and Morty fans upset. McDonald's originally released szechuan sauce in 1998 to coincide with Disney's movie "Mulan."

In honor of a Rick and Morty episode, the fast food giant pledged a one-day-only re-release of the sauce on October 7th. Fans of the show and the sauce were turned away after the limited batch ran out. One fan reportedly threw Mcnuggets at an employee after hearing the sauce was gone.

To make amends to the die-hard fans, McDonald's will add szechuan sauce to its menu this winter.