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Dayton Student’s Celebrate Elite 8 Birth With Huge Street Party

Dayton advanced to the Elite 8 after their dominating performance against Stanford on Thursday night. The Dayton student’s were fairly  pumped for the school’s first Elite 8 appearance since 1984, they flooded the streets and had to be cleared out by riot police.   Dayton elite 8 #dayton #MarchMadness #BigKav35 pic.twitter.com/PB0wWJkooc — Ross Smith (@Smoothsmith8) March...
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March 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo/Video: Dayton’s Students Are Rioting Again After Sweet 16 Victory Over Stanford

This past Saturday, most of the college basketball world was introduced to the Dayton “Ghetto”, an are of town where upperclassmen at the university live, when photos of Flyers fans rioting after their team’s victory over Syracuse went viral on social media. Fast forward five days later and we’ve got a similar scene after the Flyers knocked off Stanford to reach the Elite...
Via College Spun
March 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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