An incomplete list of things Kentucky fans burned after losing to UNC

Dan Gartland
Sports Illustrated
<p>Kentucky fans were understandably upset after the Wildcats’ dramatic loss to North Carolina in the Elite Eight. While freshman guard De’Aaron Fox <a href="http://www.si.com/college-basketball/2017/03/26/kentucky-deaaron-fox-locker-room-cry-video" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:dealt with his emotions in a healthy way" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">dealt with his emotions in a healthy way</a>, fans gathered in Lexington didn’t handle the defeat so well. </p><p>The <em>Lexington Herald-Leader </em>exhaustively​ documented the aftermath, which was basically just a bunch of college kids burning stuff. What follows is a list of items set ablaze by idiots on the street, or at least a partial list. Surely some arson occurred away from the <em>Herald-Leader</em>’s watchful eye. (Be warned that most of the videos contain the same profane chant about the Tar Heels.) </p><p>Maybe a box</p><p>A TV</p><p>A T-shirt</p><p>• <a href="http://www.si.com/extra-mustard/2017/03/26/north-carolina-kentucky-columbus-cbs-10tv-fail" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Viewers in Ohio missed the end of UNC-Kentucky because the TV feed suddenly failed" class="link rapid-noclick-resp"><strong>Viewers in Ohio missed the end of UNC-Kentucky because the TV feed suddenly failed</strong></a> </p><p>A whole bunch of random crap</p><p>The traditional couch</p><p>The fires don’t just break out when Kentucky loses, either. Fans set stuff aflame <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXTxDIsxAYs&feature=youtu.be" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:after the Wildcats’ win over UCLA" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">after the Wildcats’ win over UCLA</a>, too. </p>

Kentucky fans were understandably upset after the Wildcats’ dramatic loss to North Carolina in the Elite Eight. While freshman guard De’Aaron Fox dealt with his emotions in a healthy way, fans gathered in Lexington didn’t handle the defeat so well.

The Lexington Herald-Leader exhaustively​ documented the aftermath, which was basically just a bunch of college kids burning stuff. What follows is a list of items set ablaze by idiots on the street, or at least a partial list. Surely some arson occurred away from the Herald-Leader’s watchful eye. (Be warned that most of the videos contain the same profane chant about the Tar Heels.)

Maybe a box

A TV

A T-shirt

Viewers in Ohio missed the end of UNC-Kentucky because the TV feed suddenly failed

A whole bunch of random crap

The traditional couch

The fires don’t just break out when Kentucky loses, either. Fans set stuff aflame after the Wildcats’ win over UCLA, too.

Kentucky fans were understandably upset after the Wildcats’ dramatic loss to North Carolina in the Elite Eight. While freshman guard De’Aaron Fox dealt with his emotions in a healthy way, fans gathered in Lexington didn’t handle the defeat so well.

The Lexington Herald-Leader exhaustively​ documented the aftermath, which was basically just a bunch of college kids burning stuff. What follows is a list of items set ablaze by idiots on the street, or at least a partial list. Surely some arson occurred away from the Herald-Leader’s watchful eye. (Be warned that most of the videos contain the same profane chant about the Tar Heels.)

Maybe a box

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A TV

A T-shirt

Viewers in Ohio missed the end of UNC-Kentucky because the TV feed suddenly failed

A whole bunch of random crap

The traditional couch

The fires don’t just break out when Kentucky loses, either. Fans set stuff aflame after the Wildcats’ win over UCLA, too.

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