On Monday night, The Kentucky Wildcats beat Kansas for their first National title since 1998.  After that win, things went a little out-of-control in Lexington, Kentucky, when the celebration got out of hand.

For the second time in less than a week, Kentucky fans and students rioted in the streets after a big win by their Wildcats.  The defeated Kansas 67-59, and after that began a celebration that turned into a big time disaster.

The streets of Lexington, Kentucky were riddled with fire as it's being reported that students started nearly 30 separate fires.  A gunman reportedly also opened fire on the crowd, and he has yet to be caught.  Police in riot gear were dispersed to try and break up the riot, but things were already out of hand and many students had to be taken to the  hospital after suffering various injuries.

[WALB]