Officials: 64 ejected, 26 arrested during University of Wisconsin-Purdue game

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Dozens of fans got out of hand at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wis., Saturday during the University of Wisconsin's game against Purdue, the Wisconsin State Journal reports.

According to UW-Madison police, 64 people were ejected from the game -- 39 of them students.

Police say 27 citations were issued and 26 people were arrested. Eighteen of those arrested were students.

Twenty-four of the citations issued were for underage drinking.

Officials say 10 people were ejected for intoxication and six for possessing alcohol. Three were kicked out of the game for smoking and four were ejected for disorderly conduct.

The Badgers beat the Boilermakers 41-10.

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