The Kansas State Wildcats hosted the South Dakota Coyotes for their 2015 home opener, and won the game 34-0. During halftime, the Kansas State marching band took the field and stirred up some controversy during their performance. As you’ll see below: the band marched into a figure resembling a Jayhawk, the mascot of their inner-state rivals: Kansas University, and portrayed something … er … erect forming and flying into its mouth.
The band’s Twitter account apologized after the game and claimed this figure was nothing resembling a male reproductive organ, but, rather: the “starship enterprise”
We apologize for anyone offended by our halftime performance depicting the starship enterprise and the Jayhawk mascot.— The Pride of Wildcat Land (@KStatePride) September 6, 2015
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