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After the Royals won the World Series, students at the University of Kansas decided to hit the streets to celebrate the team’s success the best way they knew how, by breaking things.

By Extra Mustard
November 02, 2015

After the Royals won the World Series, students at the University of Kansas decided to hit the streets to celebrate the team’s success the best way they knew how, by breaking things.

These Jayhawks decided to make this a multi-sport celebration and broke into the school’s Memorial Stadium football field and tore down the goalposts.

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Students have probably been itching to take down the goalposts all year, considering that Kansas football is currently 0–8 on the season, so you will have to excuse them for using the Royals victory as an excuse to celebrate on the field.

[For The Win]

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