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Gordon Lee Trojans Band playing at Gator Bowl

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It's a soggy day for the Gordon Lee Trojans Band as they wait to play during halftime in the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, FL. 

Tuesday the band marched in the parade as Nebraska and Georgia prepared to battle it out on the gridiron.

The Gordon Lee Trojan Band was invited in February to play at the New Year's Day game.

The 105 member band, under the direction of Burt Haynes, spent the year raising funds to make it possible for the band to attend.

While in Florida, the band also had time to visit the beach among other places.

Wednesday's halftime show at the Gator Bowl was to honor the Wounded Warrior Project.

This is the band's second time to invited to the Gator Bowl.  The first time was in the late 80's.

Making Wednesday's performance more memorable is the University of Georgia Bulldogs playing in the game.

 

 

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