So how is the University dealing with this financial blow? Do you remember parents and adults always saying to "watch what you post online" because it just "may come back to bite you"? It is rumored the Washington County police will be looking through fans social media cites looking for pictures or videos reavaling people who may have caused damage to the staduim in the mad post-game rush onto the field, making the warnings we (well at least I) brushed off as children come to life.
Don't bother deleting your posts either, because whats posted online can never really be deleted. Its scary isn't it? Living in a world where we're used to posting our every move on some kind of internet site, without even thinking twice. As a society, it is vital we learn to think about possible repercussions before clicking "share", "send", or "post" and remember that not every detail of our lives needs to be posted for all to see and/or read.
And before you bother wondering, no I didn't rush the field, or even go to the game at all. It was below freezing! I wore a pair of sweatpants, wrapped up in a blanket, and watched the game in the warmth of my dorm room with good friends and oreo balls. What could be better?