Saturday was a day unlike any other in college football history; sure, many of the sounds were the same -- the voices of screaming fans, the boom of the marching band's base drum, but this was anything but normal.
A stranger in its own state, Minnesota is the only Big Ten school without an on-campus stadium.
The Colts sneaked out of town, but the band stayed, and that was music to Baltimore's ears.
With racial tensions high and the country divided, the NFL called upon Grambling's marching band in Super Bowl I.
Opening Day in Cincinnati is like none other, especially this year.