PROVO — BYU coach Dave Rose is looking for a big victory off the court, but he needs a lot of help from Cougar fans.

Rose is once again participating in the Infiniti Coaches’ Charity Challenge, this time competing for the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge in Salt Lake City.

The winning coach in the challenge will receive a $100,000 donation to the coach’s chosen charity.

Currently, Rose ranks 22nd among the remaining 24 coaches.

Second-round voting is underway and ends Feb. 15. Between Feb. 16 and March 1, the top 16 coaches will compete in a third round. Only four coaches will advance to the final round to be held March 2-15.

Fans can vote online once per day through the end of the challenge at espn.com/infiniti. The winning coach and charity will be announced on March 15.

Rose, who was diagnosed with a rare form of pancreatic cancer in 2009, has supported the American Cancer Society for several years. He understands the devastating effects of cancer and how the Hope Lodge can help those battling the disease.

“It’s an honor for me to represent the Salt Lake City Hope Lodge in the Infiniti Coaches’ Charity Challenge,” said Rose. “The Hope Lodge will provide support to many families who are fighting cancer. I appreciate all the support from the fans who are voting. The further we can advance in this challenge the more we’ll be able to help those in our area who are battling this horrible disease.”

The Hope Lodge is schedule to be completed this summer. It will provide a home away from home for cancer patients traveling to Salt Lake City for cancer treatment.