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College football said goodbye to the BCS in a typically big fashion Monday night -- though the championship game was down from last year. An average 25.5 million viewers tuned into ESPN's coverage of Monday night's game, making it the third most-watched broadcast in cable victory.The biggest night of the cable calendar, the 2014 BCS championship game did not top last year despite the down-to-the-wire victory for the Florida State Seminoles over the Auburn Tigers (34-31). The final score marked a clear departure from the last two years -- when lopsided wins prompted audiences to lose interest later in the games. In a surprise announcement, Under Armour-sponsored athlete Lindsey Vonn withdrew from the Winter Olympics on Tuesday. The downhill skier and 2010 gold medalist has been a brand partner for years and recently helped launch the label’s winter marketing campaign. She announced her decision Tuesday, citing knee injuries as the cause. "Lindsey Vonn is one of the most iconic athletes of this generation, and we are honored that she is such an integral part of the Under Armour family." the company said in a statement on Tuesday. "We wish Lindsey a speedy recovery to full health and look forward to seeing her back out on the hill for the continuation of her remarkable career." Kristi Yamaguchi captured the nation's attention back in 1992, when she figure skated her way to a gold medal at the Deauville, France, Olympics. She'll return to the games this year, though not as a competitor, when they begin in Sochi, Russia, next month. Kristi, who's helping launch P&G's short film Pick Them Back Up, recently spoke to Popsugar about her family's influence on her career and how the love for skating is being passed town to her own two daughters.