The Iowa State University Marching Band is getting national attention for a fun halftime show performance this weekend! I'll explain in a moment, but first, you need to watch these clips.

That's right, folks. The Iowa State Marching Band honored the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park by playing the theme song from the movie and featuring REAL dinosaurs during the performance. Ok, so they weren't REAL dinos, they were people dancing in t-rex costumes, but still, it was awesome.

The halftime show, which was done during the Iowa State-West Virginia game on Saturday, is getting a lot of positive AND negative attention. Many people found the video to be hilarious (including me), but others are saying they ripped off a similar performance from the University of Michigan Marching Band last September. And then there are the Ohio State fans who are angry that Iowa State is getting more attention than they are. The Ohio State Marching Band formed three people and made it look like they were "flossing," which is a dance made popular by the game Fortnite. The performance was definitely impressive - you can check out the video HERE.

What did you think of Iowa State's Jurassic Park-themed halftime show? Share your thoughts in the comments!

[Via USA Today/Mashable]