Enfield Joins Infinity Coaches' Challenge For Charity|
Jan. 7, 2014
LOS ANGELES - With the 2013-14 conference season in full swing, 48 of the nation's top college basketball coaches including USC's Andy Enfield have pledged to compete against one another off the court in order to raise money for charity. The competition will run from Jan. 6 through March 16.
Coaches will count on their network of fans to advance in this bracket-style challenge. USC fans will have the opportunity to vote for Andy Enfield on a daily basis at espn.com/infiniti.
Fans can also support Enfield on Twitter with the hashtag #Vote4Enfield.
Voting is cumulative in each round, with 24 coaches moving on to the second round (earning $7,500 for his charity), 16 to the third round ($10,000) and four to the finals ($15,000). Every coach who participates will earn $1,000 for his charity of choice.
The coach with the most votes at the end of the final round will be awarded $100,000 for his selected charity.
The first round of voting runs from Jan. 6 at noon until Jan. 26 at 8:59 a.m. PT.