This story was sweet music to my heart. When their rivals were involved in a major bus crash, the WSU marching band learned and played their rival’s school fight song. Way to go, WSU.
Not Fighting Like Cats and Dogs
Photo Credit: Edgar Chaparro
Story Credit: The Seattle Times, Leo @ Not All News is Bad
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what a beautiful gesture
I agree, and love when rivals stop to honor rivals.
This type of story needs to make the headlines more often. There was a lot of emotions going on during the game. WSU’s team and player’s friends/family missing a key player who committed suicide last year, the bus incident, weather wreaked havoc. thanks for sharing this moment of honor when what really matters means more than the game itself is on beautiful display.
Well said, Denise. A beautiful moment indeed.