Kansas' 31-19 win over West Virginia, the school's first conference victory since 2010, got the Jayhawks' fans in a destructive mood.
Immediately following the victory, Charlie Weis' first over a Big 12 opponent, fans rushed the field and headed straight for the south goal post.
They tore the post out of the ground and joyously carried it to nearby Potter Lake. Here's the video of the post leaving the stadium:
Then the students tossed it in the lake:
There are those Kansas goalposts, deposited into Potter's Lake pic.twitter.com/xvMIL1M47o
— Derek Oxford (@NWADerek) November 16, 2013
Looks like Kansas, which had lost five straight games before beating West Virginia, will have to install new goal posts for its game against Kansas State on Nov. 30. And maybe hire some extra security.
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