Fans in Ann Arbor mostly subdued after Michigan's loss to Louisville

Published On: Apr 09 2013 08:10:51 PM EDT   Updated On: Apr 09 2013 07:38:36 AM EDT

Police say they didn't have reports of significant property damage or injuries in Ann Arbor following Michigan's loss in the NCAA national title game.

Police said there were reports of small incidents around campus and that the Ann Arbor Fire Department responded to six fires -- but nothing was out of control.

Ann Arbor police said they arrested one people for disorderly conduct and one for drunken driving.

Campus police said they also arrested one person for drunken driving.

Ann Arbor police had said they were stepping up patrols to make sure Michigan's try for its first national title since 1989 didn't lead to disorder. Campus police also had extra officers on duty for the game.

Michigan lost to Louisville 82-76.


Images: Postgame fires in Ann Arbor



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