FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Senior Casey Dick’s game-winning pass to junior London Crawford against LSU has advanced to the second round of voting for the Pontiac Game Changing Performance of the Year and is still in contention to earn a $100,000 contribution to a newly established scholarship fund to support U.S. Veterans attending the University of Arkansas.
The Razorbacks are one of 10 finalists remaining for the game changing performance of the year and need your vote to advance to the third round of the competition. In each of the four rounds, the voting is reset so the Razorbacks need your voting support once again. Four of the 14 original game changing performance finalists were eliminated after the first round of voting.
Vote today to help Arkansas advance by visiting pontiac.com/ncaa or by clicking on the link above to vote.
The University of Arkansas is in the process of creating 20 non-renewable scholarship awards, valued at $3,000 each, to be awarded to U.S. veterans who attend the university full time, beginning in the 2009-2010 academic year. Details for the application process and eligibility are still being worked out. The Razorback Athletic Department has already directed a $5,000 contribution from Pontiac to the fund for winning the game changing play of the week in the final weekend of the regular season.