Goodson Shot Nominated For Pontiac Game Changing Performance
March 31, 2009
SPOKANE, Wash. - Gonzaga University advanced to the Sweet 16 after freshman guard Demetri Goodson's last second buzzer-beating bank shot lifted the Bulldogs past Western Kentucky for an 83-81 victory, earning Gonzaga a nomination for Pontiac Game Changing Performance of the Tournament.
Gonzaga fans can help determine if the Bulldogs will earn a Pontiac Game Changing Performance of the Tournament. Gonzaga fans can go to pontiac.com/ncaa where they can view video clips of the eight nominees and vote for the Bulldogs!
Voting is currently underway and ends this Sunday, April 5. CBS will announce the Pontiac Game Changing Performance of the Tournament just before tip-off of the NCAA National Championship Game on Monday.
"The Pontiac Game Changing Performance program has become a widely recognized platform in NCAA Basketball, providing fans with the opportunity to showcase their pride and enthusiasm for collegiate athletics. In addition, the program has a positive impact academically through general scholarship contributions to schools," said Greg Gumbel of CBS Sports.
For full program details, visit pontiac.com/ncaa.
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