Found January 01, 2013 on Diehardsport:
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The Stanford Band is notorious for doing it’s own thing and ignoring the tradition of most marching bands.  On Tuesday at the Rose Bowl, they stepped it up a notch.  They poked fun at Wisconsin by using cheese puns during their performance, drummed on kitchen sinks and wore shirts advocating for marijuana to be legalized.

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