November 2nd, 2015 | by CollegeAD

Celebrations for the Kansas City Royals’ World Series title spilled into the state of Kansas early Monday and onto the University of Kansas’ Memorial Stadium where students tore down goalposts and deposited them in a lake. According to the Lawrence Journal-World, several individuals believed to be students broke down the stadium’s south gate in the hours after the Royals’ Series-clinching win over the New York Mets in Game 5, brought down the goalposts and disposed of them in nearby Potter Lake. Kansas University associate athletic director Jim Marchiony found some humor in the incident but overall the gesture and roughly $10,000 in damage (gate and goalposts) was not appreciated. – Brett Smiley, Fox SportsRead More





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