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A horn player warms up in the ARC courtyard. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
Band-uh members do pushups after each score, one for each point the Aggies score. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
Student director Zakai Arnowitz leads the Band-uh from their seats in the stadium. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
The Band-uh exits the stadium to play in the entrance courtyard after the game. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
The Band-uh plays in entryway courtyard around the Tavernetti bell. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
The Band-uh and Cal Poly marching band perform together at halftime. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
Drum Major Janice Wu poses with four-year-old Logan Martin who dressed up as a drum major to watch the Band-uh perform at pre-game tailgate parties. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
The Band-uh marches up to the stadium before going to play for tailgaters. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
Student director Zakai Arnowitz leads the Band-uh. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
Members of the Band-uh play the national anthem with ROTC members holding the colors. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
The Cal Aggie Marching Band-uh makes its way from the band room to the stadium for UC Davis' Nov. 2 game vs. Cal Poly. The band's "tambourine man," Paul Emard, left, marches with them. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
After home games, the Band-uh plays in entryway courtyard around the Tavernetti bell. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
Before UCD's November 2 game vs. Cal Poly, Band-uh members prepare in the band room by getting into uniform and gathering their instruments. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
Horns surround drum major Janice Wu as they gather in instrument-based groups during warmups in the ARC courtyard. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo

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