MADISON, Wis. (AP) -Wisconsin's marching band will get another chance to behave on the road.
The university announced Wednesday the band will play at halftime during the Green Bay Packers' game at Lambeau Field on Sunday.
The university temporarily suspended the band's travel privileges last week after an investigation uncovered inappropriate hazing and alcohol-related activities. Some of the behavior occurred during the band's last road trip to Michigan in late September.
Band Director Michael Leckrone said Sunday's trip is the last planned road trip of the regular season and a chance for the group's senior leaders to ``set a new tone'' for those who will come back next year.
The band was forced to sit out Wisconsin's Oct. 4 game against Ohio State, the first time in 40 years it did not play during a home football game. The suspension was lifted last week so the band could return for the Penn State game, but university leaders promised to change its troubling culture.
ern of inappropriate and humiliating behavior'' that often involved upperclassmen bullying freshmen.

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