Oklahoma State University isn't afraid to show a little love to one of their most famous alumns, Garth Brooks. During their football team's 2017 homecoming game, the OSU marching band offered up a halftime performance featuring a whole bunch of Brooks' music.

Readers can press play above to watch the Oklahoma State University marching band's halftime show, which came during a game vs. Baylor University. The nearly five-minutes-long routine features the marching band's members transforming into images of a cowboy, a horse, a pair of boots and more, set to Brooks' songs "Rodeo," "Papa Loved Mama" and "Friends in Low Places." The group even spells out Brooks' name at one point.

Brooks graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1984. In addition to studying advertising while at OSU, Brooks kept busy by competing in javelin. His roommate during college was Ty England, who started out his career as a member of Brooks’ band.

Brooks wrapped up his three-year World Tour in December. He's been laying low in the early weeks of 2018, though he did pop up at the 2018 Country Radio Seminar, to perform briefly with Jason Aldean.

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