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Look At What This Boise State Player Did After Bowl Got Canceled

Boise State's football players running onto the field.

BOISE, ID - OCTOBER 20: Wide receiver Bubba Ogbebor #18 of the Boise State Broncos leads a group of teammates out of the tunnel prior to the start of action between the Brigham Young Cougars and the Boise State Broncos on October 20, 2016 at Albertsons Stadium in Boise, Idaho. (Photo by Loren Orr/Getty Images)

Boise State and Boston College didn't even make it through one quarter of today's First Responder Bowl before the game was canceled due to lightning in the area.

The game was officially ruled a no-contest, so it is as if it never even happened. Tough luck for the players and coaches who traveled all the way to Dallas for the game.

At least one Boise State player wanted to make sure he got his money's worth. He took time out post-game to get his uniform dirty.

In the video below, the unnamed player uses his hands to make his jersey appear game-used.

Today's game was the first bowl game ever canceled due to weather. Fortunately, it looks like the ADs of both schools are in the process of working something out to compensate fans who made the trip.

Boise State finished with a 10-3 record this season, while Boston College was 7-5.