Some Louisiana State University football fans are outraged over the school altering a photograph to remove their crosses from the picture.
The "Painted Posse" is a group of Christian students who paint their bodies in school colors for home games.
Their uniforms also have crosses painted on them, which were missing from a picture that appeared in a recent school newsletter.
"I was a bit surprised because our pictures get used so frequently, and the cross had never been edited before," Cameron Cooke, a member of the "Painted Posse," told reporters from CampusReform.org.
"The cross painting is important to me because it represents who I am as a Christ follower," Cooke said.
The school issued a statement in response.
"We don't want to imply we are making any religious or political statements, so we air-brushed it out. Only one of the students, who didn't appreciate it, actually contacted us about it. So next time, we'll just choose a different photo," the statement read.
The students are now calling on all fans to wear shirts with large crosses at the next home game.