Baliff and Levine share the Scoop's Humanitarian of the Week Award

If there's such a thing as down time on the college football calendar, a Sunday in early June would certainly land in that category. Instead of taking some time to tinker with their golf games or work through a backlog on the DVR, Rice head coach David Baliff and Houston head coach Tony Levine spent their Sunday in about the most productive way possible. The Space City rivals teamed up to help put together care packages to send to our men and women fighting overseas.

"I know these are actually going directly to help those soldiers," Baliff said. "I think it's great for Rice University and these football players to give back to the community, and I think it's important that we let our soldiers know how proud we are of them and thank them for their job they're doing."

Check out this news story done by KTRK-TV in Houston. (Video is Flash-based and may not play on all browsers.)

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