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Sonoran Hot Reads: Photos of the Arizona marching band at Super Bowl I

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With one week until Super Bowl 50, there's a lot of reminiscing about past Super Bowls going on. You may or may not know that the University of Arizona was very involved in the very first Super Bowl, as the Arizona marching band was the halftime act. Thanks to AZ Central, this magnificent photo gallery of that performance in the LA Coliseum and the fabulous looks sported by 1960's college marching band members is up for our enjoyment. Always remember, Arizona had the first halftime act at a Super Bowl

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- Kobi Simmons was at the game laughing it up with Gabe York:


- A bunch of alumni were in town, and the four National Championship teams were honored at halftime of the basketball game. Kurt Heyer enjoyed himself:

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