Famous Idaho Potato Bowl proves to be one of a kind
Dec 21, 2013 at 9:29p ET
It’s probably fair to say that Idaho is more famous for its starchy produce than its college football bowl game, but that doesn’t mean the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl was lacking excitement.
If you missed the San Diego State Aztecs defeat the Buffalo Bulls 49-24, fear not. Here are a handful of images to fill you in on some of Saturday's action, from SDSU RB Adam Muema's solid rushing performance to the presentation of one of the most interesting trophies you may ever see.
San Diego State has one dedicated mascot.
Below freezing weather wasn’t enough to deter the lightly clad Aztecs mascot. Here he is braving the cold to support his team.
The program was pretty awesome.
On the field, Aztec RB Adam Muema brought his 'A'-game, rushing for three TDs and 229 yards.
Muema led SDSU in both those categories this season. Here's the junior finding of the end zone for the second time in the first quarter.
By the way, why play on a boring green field when you have access to one like this:
Those are the Buffalo Bulls forming a circle around the Boise State logo prior to the game.
Despite temperatures in the 20s, the Aztec players stuck to the tradition of pouring the Gatorade jug over the winning coach, Rocky Long.
Then, San Diego State was handed this unique trophy:
Congratulations, indeed, to the 2013 Aztecs and mashed potato fans everywhere.