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CollegeMarching.com presents Across the 50 sponsored by Peacocks Marching World

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CollegeMarching.com presents "Across the 50" sponsored by Peacocks Marching World

A sports podcast from Michael Barasch
www.collegemarching.comhttps://www.collegemarching.com/content/across-the-50

The “Across the 50” podcast takes you across the country highlighting the best performances from collegiate marching bands each week during the college football season and beyond. With our team on the ground attending games each week to our team back in Austin, TX dissecting each performance, we will give you an inside look into what makes a great halftime show and how college bands are elevating their performances. Including interviews with college marching band directors, innovators, students, alumni and more. We will also bring you the most up to date news and feature stories provided by the CollegeMarching.com network.

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