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Southern and the other HBCUs have been playing Neck since it came out in the 80S.
Reply12 months
We know. What's your point? College bands have been playing mainstream music for 100 years.
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jj06
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lol and yall stole Neck from Southern and the other HBCUs...so whats the deal?
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Woosh....
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?? LINK
Reply12 months
Uh that’s a yes for me dawg
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Northwestern has always had a huge band. I was there in the mid 90's and we had 225 members. 47 alone just on the trumpet line. The football team was never any good but the band had a tremendous following. Loved playing there.
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Y'all found a loophole, pay the opposing teams band to play Neck.
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Damn. Their band is as big as ours.
Reply12 months
Whaddya know...it’s just as crappy a song when other bands play it as when TGBFTL plays it.
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WTF are you talking about? When done well, it is a great marching band song that requires a lot of coordination and skill. They did it well
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It’s a great song, just the students ruined it with a stupid chant that has no rhythm and a pause when one shouldn’t be there
12 months
NWS band director definitly post on TD.
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Georgia Southern played it as well
Reply12 months
Awesome. Kind of a state unity type thing?
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That's like instant respect right there
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Northwestern Band STACKED!!!
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Blasphemy!
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How much would it cost to hire them for the Florida and Auburn games this year?
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Kudos to them.
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And the SEZ fans joined in! My son and I heard that and the familiar refrain of STTDB and we both wondered if the NSU fans were doing that but it was the SEZ fans and the NSU band
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Yep...paying homage to BIG brother....
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That's our song!!! -TGBFTL
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STDDB
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