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TOPEKA, Kan. – The big Kansas State win over 8th ranked Kansas Monday night was not the only things folks were talking about today. It was what happened immediately after the game that’s making news.
After K-State’s 70-63 victory, a sea of students and fans stormed the court, some even became violent and pushed other players.
According to ESPN, the Jayhawks coach even found himself pushed against the score’s table after the game. Another coach helped him escape.
K-State Athletics Director John Currie expressed the school’s apology Tuesday.
K-State AD John Currie's full statement on last night's court-storming against KU pic.twitter.com/faJh4M2rN7
— Kellis Robinett (@KellisRobinett) February 24, 2015
The Big 12 Conference has now launched an investigation into what happened.
— Big 12 Conference (@Big12Conference) February 24, 2015
K-State storms the court after defeating No. 8 Kansas 70-63. https://t.co/xDLxjRPaSQ
— Kansan Sports (@KansanSports) February 24, 2015
Bill Self getting demolished by the Kansas State court storm https://t.co/y3NFp0giSA
— Rob Dauster (@RobDauster) February 24, 2015