FAMU Marching Band Suspended for One Year
TALLAHASSEE- Florida A&M's famous Marching 100 Band will remain silenced through the next school year.
University President James Ammons made the announcement Monday during a conference call with the school's board of trustees.
The band has been off the field since the death of drum major Robert Champion.
Ammons says extending the suspension is necessary while the school works to set new rules.
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