BYU men’s basketball coach Dave Rose advanced to the Final Four of the Infiniti Coaches Charity Challenge. The winner gets $100,000 donated to their charity of choice, which for Rose is the BYU Simmons Center for Cancer Research.
Rose already had $15,000 donated for advancing to the final round, where he is joined by Archie Miller from Indiana, Matt Painter from Purdue and Steve Prohm from Iowa State.
Voting ends March 10, and there are several mediums to do so, including on ESPN and social media platforms.
And then there were four.
— ESPN (@espn) February 26, 2018
BYU basketball alumnus and Tesani CEO Travis Hansen agreed to match the $15,000 donation for Rose making the Final Four.
About the BYU Simmons Center for Cancer Research
The BYU Simmons Center for Cancer Research (SCCR), an organization composed of distinguished professors in the fields of Chemical Engineering; Chemistry and Biochemistry; Health Sciences; Integrative Biology; Microbiology and Molecular Biology; Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Science; Physiology and Developmental Biology; and Statistics. Every year the SCCR funds numerous cancer research fellowships, allowing students a chance to work with these prestigious researchers to study cancer and its mechanisms. These professors and students are driven to make a significant contribution to the discovery of a cure for cancer. Visit cancerresearch.byu.edu for more information.
How to Vote
Fans can vote a total of three times each day – At ESPN.com/Infiniti and on Twitter and Instagram.
Website Voting Rules (desktop & mobile)
- Visit ESPN.com/Infiniti
- NO log-in required to vote
- Vote for Coach Rose every day
Social Media Voting Rules
- On Twitter, include the following hashtags in your tweet: #Timeout2Vote and #CoachDaveRose. Retweets meeting the same criteria will count.
- On Instagram, post a photo of yourself calling a game timeout and include the two hashtags: #Timeout2Vote and #CoachDaveRose