MADISON, Wis. (AP) -The University of Wisconsin marching band has been suspended while allegations of hazing, alcohol abuse and sexual misconduct are investigated.
The band won't play Saturday during a nationally televised football game between the No. 18 Badgers and No. 14 Ohio State at Camp Randall Stadium.
The university made the announcement at a news conference Friday night, saying the behavior is consistent with conduct that put the band on probation in 2006.
Associated Dean of Students Kevin Helmkamp is leading the investigation.
No details were immediately released about the behavior, only that it involved inappropriate alcohol use, hazing and sexualized behavior.

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