For most, LSU's decisive win on the football field Saturday night over rival Ole Miss ended with euphoria and raucous celebration.
But the drunken gameday revelry ended with a stay in Parish Prison for at least four following fights, struggles with police officers and at least one case of spewed vomit in the student section.
East Baton Rouge sheriff's deputies arrested a 21-year-old Mississippi man for allegedly knocking out another spectator during an argument over the football game — a 38 to 21 LSU victory — in the Tiger Stadium stands, according to a Sheriff's Office report.
Bradley Price Coleman, of Madison, Mississippi, told deputies that the victim "got in his face and began cursing at him," the report says. Coleman allegedly knocked the man unconscious and sent him to the hospital with a gash to the back of the head after a single blow to the head. Coleman was booked on a count of second-degree battery.
Over in the student section of the stadium, deputies wound up struggling with a 20-year-old LSU undergrad, Renuka Koritala, after being told Koritala had vomited on other students in the stands, a Sheriff's Office report says.
Koritala tried to run from deputies, who caught her on the Section 227 staircase, the report says. She kicked a deputy while being restrained, and managed to work a leg free and kick the deputy again while being carried out of the stadium.
Deputies searching Koritala found a pipe and a medicine bottle containing marijuana during the arrest, the report says. She was booked into jail on counts of resisting an officer, battery of an officer, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
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Hours earlier, LSU police officers arrested an 18-year-old Prairieville man who is said to have knocked out a companion during an argument on their way to the stadium. Cale Saurage, of 36552 Shadow Lane, punched the other man on the left side of his jaw as they stopped between Coates Hall and David Boyd Hall, an LSU police report says.
Paramedics took the victim to the hospital where he was treated for lacerations across his nose and cuts where his upper teeth cut through his lip, the report says. Saurage was booked into Parish Prison on a count of second-degree battery.
Around the same time, campus police also arrested a drunk 24-year-old DeSoto Parish man who was screaming at Ole Miss fans in front of Middleton Library, according to a separate LSU police report.
Tyler Anderson, of Logansport, was slurring his words and stumbling around while pushing several fans, the report says. He knocked the cap off one Rebel supporter and tried to start fights with others as a police officer looked on.
When the policeman warned Anderson to stop, he pushed the officer away, the report says, and then continued to struggle when the officer tried to handcuff him. Anderson resisted for several minutes, according to the report, and was placed under arrest with the help of several other police officers.
Anderson was booked into Parish Prison on counts of disturbing the peace by intoxication, battery on a police officer and resisting arrest.
All four were released on bail by Sunday evening, according to jail records.