That sounds like a great idea! From some of the drone demostrations I have seen in the past, this idea could be made quite impressive. The programming (coding) of the choreography could be loads of fun (different routines for different scores; used for more than just the first score, but on subsequent scores during the rest of the game; etc.). Whisper in Trev's ear and get the computer department busy so they will have it done by the first home game.The university should purchase 92,000 tiny little red drones, give em to everybody in attendance at the door, at the first score they all lift off and do some crazy choregraphed movement before they all return to their designated landing spot only to be handed out for the next game.
Texas that. Sure, it's not the end of the world. But it's a cool and unique tradition. Kids in the stands hold the balloons... and after the first score, they're gone.
There was talk last year about replacing it with "waving a towel" after the first score. How stupid is that? What are you supposed to do with the towel after the first score?
I would challenge anyone to come up with a tradition that's as unique. The B1G even uses it as an identifier for NU in their commercials.