That's the University of Hawaii Marching Band during halftime, forming a gigantic stick figure football player, complete with helmet, that stretches the width of the field. But just when you smile and think, "Oh, that's kind of neat," they adjust their hula skirts and lei-covered nipples and animate that bastard, making him run up to (albeit slowly) a tarp/football and kick it through human goalposts. It's such a simple idea, but listen to that crowd as the foot gets closer and closer to the "ball." Listen to the way they all wind up in an "oooOOOH" with that "here it comes" The Price is Right response.
But wait, you don't lay down the geek gauntlet without another nerd puffing up his chest and dropping into one-up stance. California not only embraced their band geekdom, but infused old school video games into their act as well. The following video was recorded from the opposite side of the field, but even upside down, this is crazy:
They started out with a simple Pong formation, complete with animated ball and sticks, then upped the stakes with Tetris. Oh, but don't think they were done. Not by a long shot. Nerds have never been happy with just 8-bit games -- and they weren't going to be happy with 8-bit band formations. Next, they played their tribute to Mortal Kombat, and just as the crowd thought they were going to settle with the "MK" logo, they fanned out into the iconic dragon head.
Then they brought out the big guns: