NCAA fans broke out in a serious mass riot explosion-proof police attacked (Figure)

NCAA fans broke out in a serious mass riot explosion-proof police attacked (Figure)
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship has entered the most exciting and intense stage. The players on the field are inseparable, and the off-field fans are also head-to-head.After yesterday’s Western Conference championship game between the University of Arizona and the University of Wisconsin, there was a serious fan riot outside the University of Arizona, dozens of riot police were dispatched, and at least 15 people were intercepted.  American college basketball has a strong racial foundation, and college fans are even more crazy than NBA fans.In yesterday’s Western Conference finals, top seed Arizona University and No. 2 seed University of Wisconsin played extremely fiercely, until the last 1 second of overtime, and finally Ada 63-64 lost.At the end of the game, there were multiple controversial decisions.  After losing, the University of Arizona lost the qualification to advance to the Final Four, and this season ended.Angry Arizona University fans began to vent their dissatisfaction. They threw water bottles outside the university, set off firecrackers, and caused massive riots.Police in Tucson dispatched riot police to respond. The police used pepper spray to drive out the rioting crowd and arrested 15 people on charges of disturbing law and order, refusing arrest, and illegal assembly. Previous page12Next pageShow full text