Smart move: Southern-Georgia contract reportedly requires Human Jukebox perform at halftime _lowres

Advocate staff photo by HILARY SCHEINUK -- Southern University's marching band, the Human Jukebox, performs, Saturday, September 19, 2015, at Southern University's A.W. Mumford Stadium in Baton Rouge.

Human Jukebox videographer Garrett Edgerson gives us the drum major’s view at center field in his video of the Southern University Marching Band’s halftime show during the Jaguars’ 50-31 victory over Jackson State Saturday afternoon in A.W. Mumford Stadium.

The camera is on the field with Keith Morgan as he starts the show with the drum major’s trademark back bend, then switches to another Human Jukebox tradition -- band members’ high step marching style.

The camera also zooms in on the Dancing Dolls, who pull off a perfect routine despite the obstacle of a wayward band hat in the middle of the field.

The Human Jukebox then pays tribute to Franklin Parish High School student Tyrell Cameron, who died after a football injury in his season opener, spelling out Cameron’s first name on the field before segueing into its dance segment, where it performs to Louis Badazz’s “Let Me Thru Dis B,” Ludacris’ “Come and See Me” and the dance song, “Hit That Dolphin.”

The Jaguars’ next home game is Homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 17, against Prairie View.