While Kentucky faithful riot in Lexington, Kansas fans have their ‘fun,’ too

Ryan Greene

While the live streaming feed of the Lexington police department's scanner stole the show on the web in the aftermath of Kentucky's 67-59 national title game triumph over Kansas, here's a little gem from the other side, where dejected — and likely inebriated — Jayhawks got a little carried away, too.

Here's a photo that spread around some on Twitter — via Instagram — of KU students convening at the intersection of 14th and Kentucky, just two blocks west of Lawrence's main downtown drag. One brave soul scaled a utility pole to take down the Kentucky Street sign, accompanied by chants of "[expletive] Kentucky!"

Good times.

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