Toledo wins Pontiac Game Changing Performance play

Toledo wins “Pontiac Game Changing Performance”
College football fans voted the University of Toledo as the Pontiac Game Changing
Performance for the seventh week of the 2008 NCAA® Football Season. Voting began on
Sunday morning and concluded at midnight on Wednesday. ESPN announced Toledo’s
Pontiac Game Changing Performance win on Thursday night during the Pontiac Performance Halftime Report.

UT’s senior free safety Tyrrell Herbert returned an interception for a 100-yard touchdown in the first quarter of the stunning game versus Michigan, propelling the Rockets to a 13-10 victory and earning Toledo a Pontiac Game Changing Performance win.
As a result of their win, Toledo has earned a $5,000 contribution from Pontiac to their general scholarship fund. Additionally, as one of the 14 weekly “Pontiac Game Changing Performance” winners, UT has the opportunity to compete for the Pontiac Game Changing Performance of the Year. The play selected in fan voting as the best of the year will earn a $100,000 general scholarship contribution from Pontiac.

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 August 31 and will continue for the entire

2008 NCAA® football season.
For full program details, visit

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