MADISON (WKOW) – According to the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police, the number of people ejected from Saturday nights Badger game doubled compared to the first home game.
Authorities said there were 67 ejections from the Badger game that kicked off at 7 p.m. That number has doubled compared to the 30 people ejected from the first Badger game in September against Northern Iowa.
The UW Police Department said of those 67 ejections, 49 of them were UW- Madison students.
Officials said there were not any serious injuries reported and most of the issues and citations were for underage drinking.
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