Found February 20, 2013 on Diehardsport:
Cedar Village is definitely one of the more famous college apartment communities, particularly in the midwest.  There have been plenty of riots there after Michigan State victories and losses.  Last night was rather mild since only three couches and one dumpster were burned after their loss to the #1 ranked Indiana Hoosiers.  According to mlive.com, “MSU basketball losses and couch fires have coincided since at least 1999, when students and residents in East Lansing rioted following a Spartans loss in the Final Four.” East Lansing Fire reports 3 couch fires in the Cedar Village area following MSU’s loss. No disturbances reported in the area now. — The State News (@thesnews) February 20, 2013 [mlive.com]  
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