An estimated 4,000 to 6,000 people poured into the streets after SUNY Cortland's football team won its rivalry game against Ithaca.
The president of SUNY Cortland issued a public apology to the community around the school, calling the students' behavior inexcusable.
The rivalry match, The Cortaca Jug Game, is part of a long-running rivalry between SUNY Cortland and Ithaca.
Over the weekend about 30 people were arrested, according to local law enforcement.
Cortland police admitted, however, that at a certain point they had to stop arresting people.
Instead, law enforcement began focusing on managing the massive and unruly crowds.
The police were attacked at certain points during the celebration, being pelted with cans and pieces of wood.
There are photos of multiple vehicles that were damaged over the weekend.
Like this one driven through a house.
At a certain point local authorities had to bring in state police to quell some of the more out-of-control celebrating.
Several minor injuries were reported as well.
Ryan Broderick is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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