Vote for Toledo’s ‘Pontiac Game-Changing Performance’ and UT could win $100,000
Dec 8, 2008
Toledo is one of 13 schools vying for the Pontiac Game-Changing Performance of the Year. A $100,000 general scholarship contribution from Pontiac is on the line for the play voted best of the year by fans.
The University of Toledo was voted as the Pontiac Game-Changing Performance for the seventh week of the 2008 NCAA Football Season. The game-changing play was senior free safety Tyrrell Herbert’s 100-yard interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter of the stunning game versus Michigan. The play propelled the Rockets to a 13-10 victory. As a result, Toledo earned a $5,000 general scholarship contribution from Pontiac.
Now it is up to the fans to determine if the Rockets will receive the ultimate $100,000 scholarship contribution by voting at www.pontiac.com/ncaa. Four rounds of voting will take place up to the BCS Championship game Jan. 8 when the Pontiac Game-Changing Performance of the Year and winner of the $100,000 general scholarship contribution will be announced on FOX.
In addition, for the next four weeks, one lucky individual who visits www.pontiac.com/ncaa will win the ultimate “Pick 6” — a G6 and a trip for six to this year’s BCS National Championship in Miami.
The Pontiac Game-Changing Performance recognizes the most dramatic moments that occur in NCAA games across the country, moments that change the outcome of the game or define a season. The program provides fans the opportunity to vote on the performance they believe is the biggest game changer. The competition began Aug. 31 and will continue for the 2008 NCAA football season.