LOOK: Big, shirtless guy in sombrero is the hero of the snowy Sun Bowl
The Sun Bowl might be taking place in a snowstorm, but that's not keeping this fan from wearing the minimum.
The Sun Bowl is not living up to its name as El Paso, Texas, is getting blanketed in snow.
Miami and Washington State are dealing with heavy snowfall and winds as they battle for the Sun Bowl crown. Before the game it was a bit cold, but bright and sunny.
Today's view. Sun Bowl living up to its name this morning, but winter storm on the way. pic.twitter.com/TYpjT0fO6q— Matt Porter (@mattyports) December 26, 2015
At the beginning of the fourth quarter, it looked like this with no end of the snow in sight.
Not exactly the most ideal conditions to be playing in. While nearly everyone in attendance is layering up, one Washington State fan (who told CBS' Allie LaForce that he graduated from Wazzu in 2010 and is now employed as an engineer) went in the opposite direction and took some layers off.
When in El Paso, you go shirtless and wear a sombrero. That's just how it is. You don't let a little blizzard get in the way of your planned outfit, you just make sure you have some extra liquid warmth around to help out if need be.
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