SMU band members apparently left something extra on the TCU football field.
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It seems like SMU left behind more than a goose egg last November when the Frogs spanked them, 21-0. The SMU band during halftime dropped strategic mounds of rye grass seed, leaving behind the band’s trademark “Diamond M” formation on TCU’s now-dormant football field.
TCU’s grass experts say the annual rye will likely reappear next year, but will eventually fade out, “much like SMU’s football program” one observer said.
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