More Pics from the “Salute the Troops” Bowl

Be sure to tune into the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl TONIGHT

on FOX at 6pm MST (that’s 8pm EST) and watch the half-time show

for highlights from the “Salute the Troops” Bowl!

Legendary Notre Dame football player Rocket Ismail (l) poses for a photo with a fan in front of a Notre Dame banner during a pep rally in Baghdad, Iraq December 31, 2009. The rally was celebrating the first-ever Tostitos "Salute the Troops" Bowl where legendary college football players and coaches will play alongside the troops. (USO Photo by Fred Greaves)

US Forces-Iraq Commanding General Raymond Odierno talks with legendary football coaches, players and four cheerleaders from the University of Colorado at Boulder in Baghdad, Iraq December 31, 2009. (USO Photo by Fred Greaves)

Lieutenant General Charles Jacoby (l) welcomes football great Bruce Smith to Baghdad, Iraq December 30, 2009. (USO Photo by Fred Greaves)

(l-r) Former notable college football players and coaches Bruce Smith, Barry Switzer, Brian Bosworth, Rocket Ismail, Joe Washington, and Tommy Bowden sign autographs for soldiers at Camp Ali Al Salem in Kuwait December 29, 2009. (USO Photo by Fred Greaves)

Former Pro and College football star Brian Bosworth (r) talks with soldiers at Camp Buehring in Kuwait December 29, 2009. (USO Photo by Fred Greaves)

Former Oklahoma football coach Barry Switzer (r) shares football stories with two soldiers at Camp Buehring in Kuwait December 29, 2009. (USO Photo by Fred Greaves)

College football legend Joe Washington (l), playing for Team Freedom, breaks through a wall of Team Liberty defenders during the first-ever Tostitos "Salute the Troops" Bowl where legendary college football players played alongside troops in Baghdad, Iraq January 1, 2010. (USO Photo by Fred Greaves)

Football legend Tony Casillas (92), playing for Team Freedom, tries to evade Team Liberty's Spc. Aaron decker (41) and college quarterback legend Tee Martin (c) who was playing defense during the first-ever Tostitos "Salute the Troops" Bowl where legendary college football players played alongside troops in Baghdad, Iraq January 1, 2010. (USO Photo by Fred Greaves)

3 thoughts on “More Pics from the “Salute the Troops” Bowl

  1. On Dec. 30th Sons of the American Legion Radio hosted an interview call with “Salute to the Troops” participant Master Sgt US Army James Roundtree stationed in Bagdad. MSGT Roundtree is a native of East Flatbush, Brooklyn, NY and serves with the 1st Corps, from Ft. Lewis, Washington. A recording of the intrerview is available on our link.

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