MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- The University of Wisconsin marching band will be allowed to travel to Green Bay to play during Sunday's Packers game.
The band temporarily lost its travel privileges last week after a university investigation uncovered inappropriate hazing and alcohol-related activities.
Band Director Michael Leckrone says new policies on band travel will be in place during Sunday's trip.
The band is scheduled to play at halftime at Lambeau Field, where the Packers are hosting the Indianapolis Colts.
Leckrone says band members will be randomly seated on buses, one bus will be quiet for those who want to study and all initiation activities will be prohibited.
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