During halftime of Kansas State University's game against South Dakota on Saturday night, their band wanted to stick it to their rival, the University of Kansas. So they went into a formation of the Kansas Jayhawk mascot being attacked by a spaceship.

Only the "spaceship" was pointed right at the Jayhawk's open mouth and looked a lot more like a phallic symbol than the Starship Enterprise, so it looked like the bird was performing a sex act.

The director of the marching band and KSU's president both apologized on Twitter and both swore it was a complete accident.

"The chart below represents the drill from tonight’s show. There was absolutely no intent to display anything other...

Posted by K-State Marching Band on Saturday, September 5, 2015

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