Kansas State University authorities are apologizing during Saturday’s season opener because of their marching halftime program.
The Kansas State group created a from “Star Trek” targeting their greatest competitor, a Kansas Jayhawk, throughout their game against South Dakota showing the Starship Business.
Sadly for that Kansas State group, several believed the spacecraft wound-up resembling genitalia.
After social networking lit-up about efficiency, the leader of the college and also the group representative apologized.Kansas Condition Marching Band Manager Frank Tracz launched a declaration stating the band’s collection development wasn’t designed to be anything other than the Enterprise and the Jayhawk in battle.”
“The chart below represents the drill from tonight’s show. There was absolutely no intent to display anything other than the Enterprise and the Jayhawk in battle. If I am guilty of anything it would be the inability to teach the drill in a manner that these young people could have succeeded. I do apologize for the misinterpretation and I assure you that I meant absolutely no disrespect or malice toward the University of Kansas.”
Director of the K-State Marching Band
Uh… interesting formation for the Kansas State band. pic.twitter.com/SB36JBFEEc
— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) September 6, 2015
We apologize for anyone offended by our halftime performance depicting the starship enterprise and the Jayhawk mascot.
— KState Marching Band (@KStatePride) September 6, 2015
I am sorry if anyone was offended by the performance at half-time. https://t.co/5589bLIJRs
— Kirk H. Schulz (@kstate_pres) September 6, 2015