Found October 25, 2013 on Busted Coverage:
Ever heard of a ref stopping a Conference USA game to lecture a band to stop playing? That video is from last night…

Middle Tennessee State's band scolded by ref (Video)

Now here's something you never see in college football: a referee had to stop a game to tell the band to stop playing. Middle Tennessee State's "Blue Raider" band was given a slap on the wrist for playing "Seven Nation Army" while Marshall's offense was lined up for a 3rd and 3 and their QB was calling signals during the second quarter of Thursday...

College football referee tells band to shut up during game (VIDEO)

During the middle of the Marshall-Middle Tennessee State game Thursday night, play is stopped while the referee threatens the MTSU band with a noise violation and tells them to quit playing. The Band of Blue had the last tuba toot though, after MTSU scored on the final play to win a 51-49 shootout .

Ref Hating on the Middle Tennessee State Band (Video)

The best park of this video provided by Guyism is even the Marshall quarterback is looking at the ref like he is hating. Let the band play man.

Week 9 Uniform Update

We've got a pretty lean slate of new uniforms this week, beginning with Middle Tennessee State who brought back the all black look for their thrilling win over Marshall last night. Kentucky has run out of ways to look good playing badly, so they're branding their thigh pads now: Rice is unveiling a Pinktober helmet this weekend: Cal is going with the...
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