Nov. 18, 2005
PULLMAN, Wash. - - Though Washington State University senior Jerome Harrison's collegiate football career will conclude in Saturday's Apple Cup, his achievements on the field will carry on for one more week.
Harrison's career-high 260-yard performance -- including 182 yards at the half -- vs. UCLA, Oct. 15 was named one of six Pontiac Pac-10 Game Changing Performances this season on FSN. That honor earned WSU $1,000 to its general scholarship fund, compliments of Pontiac.
Now, Harrison's achievements, along with the five performances from other Pac-10 schools, are competing for the Grand Prize: to be named Pontiac Pac-10 Game Changing Performance of the Year and be awarded $10,000 to their general scholarship fund.
Beginning Nov. 17 through Nov. 24, fans are encouraged to go to www.pac-10.org to view all six performances and vote for the Pontiac Pac-10 Game Changing Performance of the Year. The school that receives the most votes will be announced Nov. 25 during the Arizona at Arizona State broadcast on FSN.