Attention College Students: Don't Talk To Reporters When Drunk

In the wake of Kentucky's Final Four win over Louisville, fans in Lexington, Ky. "celebrated" Saturday with a mini riot. At least three cars were flipped over, and firefighters were called to at least 50 "nuisance fires," according to the Louisville Courier-Journal.

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Eventually, though, the mess will be cleaned up and it'll be like nothing ever happened. The same, however, can't be said for the Google results for a pair of UK students, whose ridiculously stupid comments will likely surface for years whenever a prospective employer does a search for their names:

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"They try to flip a car. Police push them off and they try to flip another one," said Logan Johnson, a UK freshman. "It's pretty crazy. We are going to the championship. I don't blame people."

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[...] Joey Frederick, who joined the revelry in Lexington, said Saturday's win warranted a party on campus. "We are the best team in America," he said. "I think houses should burn."

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