NASSAU, Bahamas (WTOL) - Tuesday marked day two of sun and fun for the Rockets.
It was a mix of business and pleasure.
But though it's sunny in the Bahamas, be assured that the Rockets are putting in the work, too. After all this is a business trip.
They have a bowl game to go win on Friday.
Coach Jason Candle was rocking the shades at practice, where the temps are much nicer than recent practices back here at home.
"Atlantis is second to none when it comes to facilities ... the hospitality has been great, great people all around. ... We're very fortunate and lucky to be here," Candle said.
Along with Tuesday's practice, Toledo will practice Wednesday morning and then have a walk-through on Thursday.
Toledo has a little advantage come game-day.
Florida International's quarterback is James Morgan. If that name sounds familiar its because Morgan used to be Bowling Green's quarterback.
But then again, that means he’s familiar to the Rockets too.
The Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl kicks off Friday at 12:30 p.m. and will be broadcast on ESPN.