Kansas State University

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Kansas State's marching band is in trouble for what some saw as getting too "creative" with a halftime show.

During KSU's Saturday football home-opener against South Dakota, the band injected some levity into the performance by poking a bit of fun at rival University of Kansas. The band grouped itself into the shape of the Kansas mascot, a Jayhawk, getting attacked by a spaceship.