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A Break in the Competition: Help BYU Coach Dave Rose win $100K for Charity

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In a few hours, we will have very few nice things to say about BYU. However, we urge you to take a look at the message below from our friends at Vanquish the Foe, SB Nation's BYU blog. Dave Rose, BYU's head coach, has an incredible opportunity to win $100,000 for The Children With Cancer Christmas Foundation. Rose is in the "Final Four" of the Infinity Coaches' Charity Challenge and now needs your help! Best of luck to Coach Rose.

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Hello Zag fans. After a hard fought season in WCC hoops, I come to you not as a rival, but as a fellow college basketball fan trying to raise support for a great cause. Thanks to the support of Cougar Nation over the last few weeks, Coach Dave Rose he has advanced to the final round of the Infiniti Coaches' Charity Challenge, one step closer to receiving $100,000 for the Children with Cancer Christmas Foundation. The CCCF seeks to help fill the emotional needs of children with cancer and their families. Among other efforts, the foundation puts on an annual Christmas Party for the families where they receive gifts, participate in activities, and get to meet Santa, Cosmo the Cougar and the BYU men's basketball team.

Coach Rose is up against stiff competition in the final four. BYU fans will continue to vote daily, but we need the help of all our fellow competitors to accomplish our goal. We're hoping that our on court rivals can join together with us off the court to support this great cause.

Your daily vote will go a long way in helping put a smile on the faces of the many children touched by the CCCF each year. Please take just a minute of your day to cast a vote to support these children and their families.

Go to http://www.ESPN.com/infiniti to vote every day once a day.

1. Log on to http://www.ESPN.com/infiniti

2. Create an ESPN account or use your existing login

3. Vote for Coach Rose

4. Login EVERY DAY to vote now thru March 8th.

You can learn more about the CCCF here: http://childrenwithcancerchristmasfoundation.org/