Mizzou’s Marching Band Is Currently Listed As “Nickelback” On Wikipedia

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Nickelback Mizzou

A Nickelback burn is never a bad burn. Quality trolling here by a kansas fan, which is who I assume did this, because they also changed Mizzou’s mascot from Truman the Tiger to Big Jay, the kansas mascot as well as official bird of the Westboro Baptist Church and hating American soldiers.

From the Missouri Tigers football Wikipedia page:

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And you know what? Claiming Nickelback is the official band of Missouri fans is not totally inaccurate, as painful as that is to admit. It’s not all that accurate for the student population, per se, but Nickelback’s dry-machine-gears-jammed-by-baby-turtles-and-gravel sound definitely appeals to Missouri’s redneck, t-shirt fans, who I described in detail along with the rest of their SEC counterparts last week. Chad Kroeger’s voice is to getting someone pregnant on an ATV as Frank Sinatra’s is to a romantic night in New York City. It’s pretty much a fact that the last thing you hear before a pontoon boat catches fire on the Lake of the Ozarks is Nickelback’s “Rock Star.”

Well played, kansas. That’s the only time you’ll hear that this fall as your football team collectively bumbles around the field like a blind, newborn foal someone strapped into roller skates after forcing the mare to drink Wild Turkey for the duration of its pregnancy.


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