West Virginia fans celebrate win the only way they know how

By Tom Fornelli | Staff Writer

Not pictured: All the fires and a flipped car
Not pictured: All the fires and a flipped car. (USATSI)

The second West Virginia's upset win over Oklahoma State came to an end on Saturday you knew what was coming, and West Virginia fans did not disappoint.

According to the Associated Press, following the Mountaineers win there were 10 fires set and one car flipped in Morgantown. The only shocking thing was that there were no couches burned, but that's because burning couches is now illegal in Morgantown.

The good news is that nobody was hurt and the fires were put out without incident.

The bad news is that the WVU police are examining social media posts to try and find out who the three people who flipped a car on its side in a school parking lot were. There was video of the incident posted on YouTube, but sadly it was removed.

School spokesman John Bolt told the AP that any student involved could face disciplinary measures, including suspension or expulsion.

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