It's no secret that Michigan and Michigan State don't like each other. The bitter rivals own one of the nation's best in-state rivalries. On Saturday night, though, the schools' marching bands combined for the halftime entertainment.
The "First Quarter Wave" is sports' latest, greatest tradition. Everyone is embracing it - even referees and opposing players/staff are getting in on the waving to the young patients at the UI Children's Hospital, located across the street.
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When you’re the Ohio State marching band, you get to do really cool stuff. For example, you get to perform pregame at an NFL game in London. That’s exactly what The Best Damn Band in the Land will do prior to this week’s Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars game at Wembley Stadium in London. The game, the first in NFL history to be streamed (Yahoo!), will kick off at 9:30 a.m. ET Sunday. See some pictures from the marching band’s experience in London below:
Big Ten football is home to a lot more than just the nation’s top two teams. [ MORE: Week 5 scoreboard | Week 5 previews | Polls: Pick Week 5 winners | Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Big Ten Mailbag | Q&A: Nate Sudfeld | Latest polls | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Best of non-conference play ] While No. 1 Ohio State and No. 2 Michigan State, among others, are delighting fans early on this season, the marching bands, per usual, are putting on incredible performances every Saturday. Below, we have collected the Week 4
Want to pump up a football team? Call the the marching band and have several members enter a team meeting while playing their instruments. That should do the trick.
Big Ten marching bands delight thousands of fans every fall Saturday. On Monday, a Big Ten marching band made one fan's day, and it didn't require a lengthy and choreographed performance.
The Ohio State University Marching Band will lift off next fall for a trip to London, taking its groundbreaking field performances abroad for the first time on Sunday, Oct. 25.
Some things are bigger than football, and there was a tremendous example of it Saturday night at Spartan Stadium.
The Ohio State marching band is at it again. The Best Damn Band in the Land did a Rolling Stones tribute at halftime of Saturday's game vs. Rutgers.