Nov. 13, 2007
PULLMAN, Wash. - During Washington State's 27-7 victory over UCLA, Oct. 27, the Cougars' 274-yard rushing performance, led by a career-best 214 yards from Dwight Tardy, was named as the Pontiac Pac-10 Game Changing Performance on Fox Sports Net.
With that selection, WSU was awarded $1,000 to its general scholarship fund, courtesy of Pontiac. Now through Nov.24, Cougar fans can determine whether WSU will be awarded $10,000 by voting for the Cougars as the 2007 Pontiac Pac-10 Game Changing Performance of the Year.
Go to www.pac-10.org/pontiac/ to view all eight performances selected by Fox Sports Net throughout the 2007 season and to vote. The school that receives the most votes will be announced Nov. 24 during the Apple Cup on Fox Sports Net at 4 p.m. and will be awarded $10,000 to its general scholarship fund, compliments of Pontiac.
In 2005, WSU earned the Pontiac Pac-10 Game Changing Performance of the Year. With 47.9 percent of the votes, Washington State had the winning performance during its game against, coincidentally, UCLA. Despite ultimately losing in overtime, Washington State's running back Jerome Harrison ran for a career-high 260 yards including 182 yards at the half.