In baseball, a tie goes to the runner. On the GridCard, however, everybody loses on a push. The Roulette Greening of the GridCard started with the Spartans' (-4) win @ Florida 73-69, Kyle Ahrens getting hot down the stretch, including a buzzer-beating dunk. Army ( -7) twice had a ten point lead on Navy but failed to cover when Navy nailed a get-the-field-goal-first field goal for a 17-10 final. But the most surprising of all the pushes happened @ Indiana where Louisville (+1) scored six points in fifteen seconds, throwing in a back-breaking 3-pointer from beyond midcourt at the horn to lose by one. Three-hundred and seventy-three GridCard points were on lost on these three games.
Zeke (30) lost only a handful of points on these pushes and his iconic 1-9 pattern helped him earn his fourth GridCard win, the only player--in fact--to achieve a Qualifying Score. Last week, Zeke (75) took home the King Kong for the third time this year.
The lack of a PGT Qualifying Score, triggered the Rake and Rollover Game on The ProGrid Tour.