Apr 8, 2014, 1:38 AM EDT
Storrs wasn’t the only town getting after it on Monday night.
Lexington also had some late-night activity going on as there were multiple couch fires and a handful of arrests on Monday night according to WLKY.
The mayor’s office in Lexington reported 17 couch fires, seven injuries and two arrests were made by 12:30 a.m. early Tuesday after Kentucky’s 60-54 loss to UConn.
One person was also hit by a train near campus and was taken to a hospital.
Clearly, some people are taking the loss very hard and a lot of couches are suffering as well.
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