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US: Utah State University Aggies take home Idaho® Potato Bowl Trophy
"Both the Aggies and Rockets played a great game and should be extremely proud of their performance in Boise and throughout the entire season,” said Frank Muir, President and CEO, Idaho Potato Commission (IPC).
The Utah State Aggies defeated the University of Toledo Rockets at the
second annual Famous Idaho® Potato Bowl 41-15.
At 2:30pm MST, the captains from Utah State University (USU) and the University of Toledo met at the 50-yard line for the coin toss. USU won the toss and the second annual Famous Idaho® Potato Bowl was underway!
More than 29,000 college football fans weathered the cold to watch the second bowl game of the season at Bronco Stadium in Boise, Idaho. It was also televised live on ESPN for those not able to attend the game.
Spuddy Buddy rallied with fans during the trophy presentations after the game.
Outside the stadium, the Great Big Idaho® Potato Truck made its last appearance of the year and it was as popular as ever. A signature wall was set up in front of the Truck and for every signature collected the IPC donated $1.00 to the Boise Meals On Wheels chapter. This non-profit that delivers meals everyday of the year to homebound seniors will receive a check for $2,500.
The Idaho Grower Shippers Association (IGSA) also leveraged the game to help those less fortunate. The IGSA donated three potatoes to the Idaho Food Bank's Eastern Idaho branch on behalf of each fan who attended the game. Over 4,000 pounds of potatoes will be donated. In addition to the potatoes, the IGSA made a $5,000 cash donation to the food bank.
For more information please visit www.idahopotato.com
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