Big crowds, burning couches, even flipped cars.
been known for a few rowdy celebrations in the past. That's why police have
already started preparing for this Friday's Sweet 16 match-up between the UK University of Kentucky
and . Louisville
"We've been in close contact with the Lexington Fire Department as well as the Lexington Police," explained
. He's coordinating
coverage of a campus-wide celebration, "we're going to partner with the
students so they understand and we want them to have a good time and celebrate,
but they have to do it responsibly." University of Kentucky
Police Chief Joe Monroe
During 2012 tournament play, students flipped cars, set furniture on fire, and threw beer bottles at crews trying to control the crowds. Police used the website IDThisPerson.com to make several arrests after the
mayhem. This year they're relying on increased presence and proactive plans.