Here’s Why People Simply Hated Stanford Marching Band’s Rose Bowl Performance

by
Fatimah Mazhar
During the Rose Bowl game on Wednesday against Michigan State, the Stanford University marching band formed what appears to be the logo of the mobile application “Snapchat.”

During the Rose Bowl game on Wednesday against Michigan State, the Stanford University marching band formed what appears to be the logo of the mobile application “Snapchat.”

Each marching band in the United States has a unique reputation. Stanford’s is known for general weirdness, as sports website SB Nation noted.

This year, Stanford’s marching band paid tribute to the popular photo messaging app, which was created by university alums Evan Spiegel and Robert Murphy.

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The performance, however, didn’t sit well with many. Subsequently, a Twitter rant was generated. Have look at some of the responses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maybe these folks could learn a thing or two from the Ohio State marching band, also known as The Best Damn Band in the Land (TBDBITL). They entertained their audiences with extremely popular performances including a Michael Jackson moonwalk tribute, a movie montage and a rendition of the Gettysburg Address.

Also, Clemson University marching band gave a super synchronized performance in November, the video of which went viral on the internet. They formed several video game characters from Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda including a goomba, Mario’s face (which looks a lot like Kirby), a Triforce, a stick figure that could be Link, and a few more.

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