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Stanford band booed by Iowa fans during halftime performance

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If you were watching the Rose Bowl halftime show, you may have noticed it went to a commercial break before the bands were done playing. That's believed to be because of the Stanford marching band, according to an ESPN report.

The group appeared to be making fun of Iowa with a "farmer-themed show." They made a corn maze and a farmer in a hat. There was even a giant cow that was roaming around the entire performance. When the band finished playing, the giant cow was tipped over.

After the performance, the Stanford band responded from their Twitter account saying, "Glad you like our corn show, Iowa. Couldn't tell, was that booing or mooing."

As you can imagine, Hawk fans didn't take kindly to this.

The Stanford band has a reputation for making fans mad during their performances and the band was actually banned from performing during the football team's away games.

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