Police make one of the 31 reported arrests near the University of Kentucky campus early Sunday morning following the Wildcats' loss to Wisconsin.
Slowing down the disturbance
Police move in to contain angry Kentucky fans who streamed into a residential area near campus following the loss to Wisconsin in Saturday's NCAA basketball semifinals. More than 1,000 students crowded onto State Street, a hub for fans in Lexington.
Kentucky fans set fire to shirts and hoodies as they gather near the University of Kentucky campus after the 71-64 loss. More than 1,000 fans crowded the area, setting small fires and uttering profanity-laced chants.
Clearing the area
Lexington police make one of the 31 arrests that had been reported as of early Sunday morning.
'Rowdy, and at times hostile'
Lexington officials went onto Twitter to update residents about the post-game disturbance, characterizing the crowd as 'rowdy, and at times hostile.'
Lexington police finish up clearing out the area near campus early Sunday. Despite the numerous arrests, only three people had been transported to the hospital with injuries, according to reports.
Meanwhile in Indy
Somber Wildcats fans show their disappointment in the waning moments of the 71-64 loss to Wisconsin, ending Kentucky's dreams of a 40-0 season.
Kuntucky fans react at Lucas Oil Stadium after the loss to Wisconsin.
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A lone Kentucky fan reflects on the loss that left the Wildcats with a 38-1 record and two wins short of the NCAA Division I championship.