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Old 12-08-2013, 01:16 PM   #1
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Default Michigan State celebrations

Bunch of wimps. It's not a Big Ten celebration until the National Guard are called out and the rioting reaches Detroit.

Maybe if they win the Final Four they'll get another chance to party right.








http://www.lansingstatejournal.com/a...nclick_check=1

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Couches burn, fireworks explode across East Lansing after MSU win

Arrests made during rowdy celebration of MSU's victory over Ohio State
EAST LANSINGUPDATED 9:30 a.m.
East Lansing police this morning are calling a large gathering after the Michigan State football team’s Big Ten Championship win over Ohio State a “large civil disturbance” that resulted in multiple arrests.


Police in a statement said no one was injured and no tear gas or other chemical agents were used to disburse revelers. They did not release the number of arrests, nor say whether any of the arrested people were students or otherwise affiliated with the university.


Authorities responded shortly after midnight today to the Cedar Village area, including River and Cedar streets, for reports of large crowds and bonfires. It was dispersed by about 3 a.m.

MSU police, Michigan State Police and the Ingham County sheriff’s office assisted.

East Lansing authorities said in a statement they are “actively pursuing charges” against anyone who participated. Anyone with information, or who can identify people in photographs, should call police at (800) ELPD-TIP.
Police could not immediately be reached for more information.


By daybreak, the Cedar Village area was quiet. Charred remains from bonfires, smashed pumpkins and some broken glass were still on the street in some places along River and Cedar streets. A car was overturned in the parking lot of an apartment building on Milford Street.


MSU athletic director Mark Hollis, who was in Indianapolis for the game, said via text early today: “People need to celebrate in a responsible way. I am proud of the performance of our football team. There is no place for destructive celebrations. I hope our fans and campus are safe.”









Early this morning:

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