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Police issue 24 citations at Badgers vs. BYU game

Published On: Nov 10 2013 10:13:42 AM CST

MADISON, Wis. -

University of Wisconsin-Madison police ejected 24 people and issued citations during the Badgers football game against BYU Saturday afternoon.

Officials said 20 citations were given for underage drinking, one for obstruction or resisting, two for selling on UW land and one for intentionally contributing to delinquency of a child.

There were 19 ejections without citations, according to a release. Eleven of the ejections were for intoxication.

Officials said 14 of the 24 citations were issued to UW students.

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