Students at the University of Kansas were obviously pretty pumped that the Royals won the World Series last night.
So pumped that they decided to tear down the goalposts in Memorial Stadium and toss them in a lake.
According to the Lawrence Journal-World, multiple individuals, who are suspected to be students, broke their way into the home of Jayhawks football and "took down a football goal post and tossed it into Potter Lake."
Celebration extends to Memorial Stadium, fence broken, field goal post down: #TakeTheCrown #KUfball pic.twitter.com/HRkBP9VC4A— Amie Just (@Amie_Just) November 2, 2015
The broken field goal post resting on the banks of Potter Lake. #KUfball #TakeTheCrown pic.twitter.com/fgcWNj8N7G— Amie Just (@Amie_Just) November 2, 2015
Less than 10 hours later, all looks to be normal. New post up, fence fixed. #TakeTheCrown #kufball pic.twitter.com/99r3QqG6WV— Amie Just (@Amie_Just) November 2, 2015
Police say the individuals did more than $10,000 in damage. Workers were busy putting up new goalposts this morning.
KU Public Safety: $10K of damage done at Memorial Stadium after last night's Royals victory https://t.co/SZbBNlU6Bv pic.twitter.com/33LKl85FKc— LJWorld (@LJWorld) November 2, 2015
[h/t For The Win]
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