Slideshow: IU’s Marching Hundred Performs At Super Bowl

IU's Marching Hundred was chosen to perform a pre-game show at Super Bowl XLVI.

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    Members of IU's Marching Hundred form the letters I-U during the Super Bowl pre-game show.

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    Part of the drum players in the Marching Hundred perform in their pre-game show.

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    Marching Hundred dancers are shown on the big screen behind the band line in Lucas Oil Stadium.

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    Members of the Marching Hundred perform before the Super Bowl in Indianapolis.

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    The Marching Hundred poses outside of the Lucas Oil Stadium before the Super Bowl.

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    A Marching Hundred instructor leads the band in a practice before the Super Bowl.

IU’s Marching Hundred Performed in a pre-grame show at the Super Bowl on Sunday in Lucas Oil Stadium. Many of the performers said they were extremely excited to show off their skills at such a major event.

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    It was exciting to see the Marching Hundred at the Super Bowl. The students played well and performed with enthusiasm. They are excellent representatives for IU and of the student body. 
    Go Hoosiers!

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