Found December 30, 2013 on Bush League Chronicle:
TEAMS: Auburn Tigers
Auburn Tigers fans have this little tradition they like to do after winning a football game that involves storming Toomer's Corner on campus and leaving toilet paper all over the tress (or what is left of the trees now).So, in an effort to make their Rose Bowl appearance in Pasadena feel more like home (assuming they come away victorious), one heavily followed Auburn fansite proposed the idea of rolling the trees outside of Rose Bowl Stadium, to which the officials for the venue got wind off and adamantly warned not to do it.@AUFAMILY Please do not attempt to roll the palm trees. PPD will take action if necessary.— Rose Bowl Stadium (@RoseBowlStadium) December 30, 2013There you have it, Tigers fans. If you have intentions of making it rain with toilet paper, then you might want to think twice, because Rose Bowl officials have the cops on speed dial.Via For the Win 
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