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Alabama State Band Spells ‘Trayvon’ During Halftime

The Alabama State marching band spelled out “Trayvon” Saturday night in a tribute to Trayvon Martin.

The band spelled out the name during halftime of the game against Jackson State. Southwestern Athletic Conference Commissioner Duer Sharp tweeted a picture of the band but did not otherwise comment.  

Both Alabama State and Jackson State are historically black universities.

Via The Washington Times and @Duersharpswac.

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