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36 arrested at Wisconsin-Nebraska game

Campus police say 76 people were ejected from the game. University police say most of the citations and ejections were for underage drinking, possession of alcohol and being intoxicated.
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Campus police say 76 people were ejected from the game. University police say most of the citations and ejections were for underage drinking, possession of alcohol and being intoxicated.

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