The appearance aired in three segments on the morning program, and several students had the chance to talk about the months-long process of putting together the show.
Luckenbill said that staging the show has taken about a hundred hours of student work even at this early point in the school year, not including practices over summer.
"It's very exciting to watch them and be up in the stands and not have any control anymore," Luckenbill told CBS reporter Alex Denis. "It's sometimes nerve-wracking, but it's great to watch them...do something great and put their hard work on the field."
Denis, who apparently drummed for her hometown band, put some work in herself, getting a lesson from the Maroon drum line on playing the school's fight song.