Football fans in the state of Washington have definitely proved at least one thing this offeseason: they're really good at turning their cornfields into giant football-themed corn mazes.
The WSU flag is already semi-famous. It's been in the background of every episode of ESPN's College GameDay show since at least 2003. Now, it's not just semi-famous, it's semi-famous, gigantic and made of corn.
Thanks to the publicity from GameDay, Washington State decided to design an entire campaign around students and alumni taking pictures and videos of themselves waving the WSU flag all over the world. The "Wave the Flag" campaign is what inspired Washington State alums Ty and Kay Wolf Myer to create the 700-foot wide cornfield flag.
The cornfield flag was created at Red Barn Farms, a small farm about 12 miles from WSU's campus in Pullman. The giant corn maze is no joke, either. It's 12 acres, has four separate mazes and more than five miles of paths, according to KREM.com.
With both Washington State and the Seattle Seahawks having their own corn mazes, the pressure now falls on the University of Washington fanbase to create a giant corn maze for their team.