LAS VEGAS -- The Maaco Bowl week continues in Las Vegas.
The festivities kicked off Wednesday night with a dance competition, but Thursday was all about giving back to the community.
Some of the Boise State football team spent a little time at the non-profit Opportunity Village, which was found in 1954 to serve those who are 18-years and older with intellectual disabilities.
Next, they went to C.P. Squires Elementary School as part of the "Goodie Two Shoes" event helping over 400 kids get fitted with new socks and shoes.
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