For starters, This was hilarious
Kansas State will pay the price for “inadvertently” performing a not-safe-for-work halftime show, after its marching band appeared to form a penis, along with its rival’s mascot, during Saturday’s home opener against South Dakota.
As reported by the New York Daily, Kansas State agreed to sanctions placed by the Big 12 and a 1-game suspension of the band director.
University president Kirk Schulz issued this statement:
“At Saturday’s home football opener Kansas State University fell short of its obligation to conduct itself in a consistent manner with the principles of sportsmanship,” said Schulz. “Good sportsmanship is part of the Wildcat way; we do not want to do anything that takes away from the tremendous efforts of our student athletes and the award-winning Pride of Wildcard Land marching band.”
Kansas State’s next game will be against the Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners.
King Jut (@KingJut92)