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Matt Costello #10 of the Michigan State Spartans celebrate with the trophy after defeating the Louisville Cardinals 76 to 70 in overtime of the East Regional Final of the 2015 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Carrier Dome on March 29, 2015 in Syracuse, New York.  Elsa—Getty Images

Michigan State Students Celebrate Final Four Place by Tossing Bagels in the Air

Mar 30, 2015

Michigan State is the only non-number one seed to make it to the Final Four this year, and the students are celebrating by...hurling bagels into the air?

Yep, hundreds of Michigan State fans gathered on the campus to celebrate the Spartans' overtime victory against the Louisville Cardinals Sunday by tossing bagels like confetti. Some students even took the festivities to the next level by burning sweatshirts and couches. Police dispersed the crowd, making at least four arrests, according to The Detroit News.

The Michigan State University Police Department, who apparently was as confused by the bagel throwing as everyone else, issued a warning on its Twitter about the festivities:

Even the lieutenant governor tweeted about the bagel-tossing:

Though Michigan State coach Tom Izzo has reached the Final Four seven times, this one is perhaps the most incredible. The Spartans entered the tournament as a 7-seed after losing their best players from last year's season. They'll play Duke on Saturday.

What breakfast food will the fans throw if the team makes it to the championship game?

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