Clemson band trolls OSU during halftime show
They formed the score 31-0
During the halftime show of Clemson's season opener against Kent State, the band formed the numbers "31-0" to commemorate their Fiesta Bowl victory over the Buckeyes.
The Buckeyes have won eight national championships compared to Clemson's two.
The profession of Clemson's band performance at halftime… pic.twitter.com/7Xm4yVCakH
— #DaHale (@DavidHaleESPN) September 2, 2017
I'm sure Clemson's marching band thought it was very cute and funny at the time, but does it take much talent to spell out a few numbers? I could call up some friends of mine and do that no problem. Couldn't they have come up with something a bit more creative?
In case they may have forgotten the Ohio State University Marching Band didn't get the nickname "The Best Damn Band in the Land" for nothing. So, the Buckeyes played a bad game, but our band could march circles around Clemson's.
TBDBITL performed the miracle of creating a likeness of Michael Jackson complete with an impressively realistic moonwalk across the field in 2013. Let that sink in for a minute. A group of people got into a formation resembling Michael Jackson, complete with the signature white glove, all while flawlessly playing his most famous songs.
Not to mention, Script Ohio made USA TODAY's list of the best traditions in college football. Nice try Clemson, but I think we know who the real winner is.
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