A small group of members of the Mighty Sound of Maryland marching band is led by University of Maryland junior and drum major Patrick Benton in performing the band’s famous “truck” during an Oct. 9 parade in University Park. The “truck,” during which members yell cheers that change based on their section, is used to pump up the crowd before Maryland football games.
Members of the Mighty Sound of Maryland marching band relax after participating in a parade in University Park on Sunday, Oct. 9. The parade was held on a clear, sunny Fall day in order to help celebrate the 75th anniversary of the town.
Trombone and baritone players in the Mighty Sound of Maryland marching band perform their “bone cheer” after reaching the end of a parade held in University Park on Sunday, Oct. 9. Trombone and baritone players are part of the self-titled “KAOS” section, which holds many traditions, including the pictured “bone cheer.”