Originally posted on Midwest Sports Fans  |  Last updated 12/12/12
Two of the reasons everyone loves college sports are the unpredictability of each and every game and the spontaneous actions of the players and fans on a regular basis. One of the most beloved traditions when it comes to college athletics, specifically on the gridiron and the hardwood, is watching the student body rush the field or court following an upset victory. Unfortunately, over the past five years or so, every fan base and student section across America, especially during basketball season, feels they are entitled to rush the court whenever they choose. Well, they’re not. Lately it has seemed that anything above a win over Northwest Central Island State warrants an enthusiastic crowd to file from its seats to the playing surface. Since many schools are beginning to ruin one of college basketball’s greatest and most entertaining visuals after an improbable victory, I have decided to lay out the ground rules that all schools and student sections should follow when it comes to...
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