Yesterday during the Harvard vs Penn game, the Harvard University Band performed their halftime show and decided that they would salute their opponent. The salute led to this formation:
— Jacob Adler (@jacobadler) November 14, 2015
We were just as dumbfounded as you were, so we dug deeper and learned that the band "attempted" to spell "Penn 15", but somehow one of the "n"s just didn't make it in to the performance...
The only explanation from the band we can find is that they had 24 hours to put it together and that it was misread:
Not to be rude, but how does an entire letter not make it on the field? After the Kansas State incident earlier this season, the band world was hoping for a genitalia free rest of the season. Guess we'll have to start the "Days without male genitalia on the field" clock over again.