UMD Asks Students to Stay Classy When Celebrating

Duke plays Maryland Wednesday night

Wednesday, Jan 25, 2012  |  Updated 5:54 PM EDT
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With the riot of two years ago in mind, the University of Maryland warns students about letting celebrations get out of hand in the event of a win over Duke Wednesday night.

Melissa Mollet

With the riot of two years ago in mind, the University of Maryland warns students about letting celebrations get out of hand in the event of a win over Duke Wednesday night.

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The University of Maryland warned students about engaging in out-of-control celebrations should Maryland beat Duke in basketball Wednesday.

The rival Blue Devils come to College Park Wednesday night.

The school sent out a letter Tuesday telling students to celebrate with class and dignity and to discourage others from being destructive.

Two years ago, 28 students were arrested during riots that followed a Maryland victory over Duke.

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