BYU fan uses plane to paint incredible radar message ahead of Week 4 vs. Kansas

A BYU fan has recently been putting his pilot’s license to use for an unusual reason. The pilot has been using his plane’s flight path to “paint” pictures on radar, voicing support of BYU football with the Cougars’ logo and a message off to the side that reads “Beat Kansas.” This isn’t a new thing. Capt. Butter has apparently been doing this since Week 1. (Saturday Down South)


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BYU fan uses plane to paint incredible radar message ahead of Week 4 vs. Kansas

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