Fires spotted in Ann Arbor after Michigan loses title game

A rather large arsonist was reportedly running rampant in the streets of Ann Arbor early Tuesday morning.

There was an arsonist on the loose in Ann Arbor, Mich., following the Michigan Wolverines' loss to the Louisville Cardinals in the 2013 NCAA Tournament championship game.

For more championship game reactions, head over to Maize n Brew and Card Chronicle.

Small fires have been spotted in the area, according to crime reporter Kyle Feldscher. The suspect is reportedly a "250- to 300-pound" individual, per the Ann Arbor police scanner (via Penn State reporter Ben Jones).

Here's a video shot by WXYZ TV out of Detroit:

Michigan squandered a 12-point first-half lead en route to an 82-76 loss on Monday at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.

Four suspects were recently identified in a similar incident in East Lansing, Mich., after Michigan State's loss to Duke on March 29.

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