"I was nervous about this night before the game even started," said West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin, his governor's mansion in shambles some 130 miles east of where it once sat. "Kentucky has been getting out of control with their celebrations. But I never expected this much damage."
Moments after Kentucky clinched the national title, fans filled the streets throughout the commonwealth, setting fires and tipping over cars. But Kentuckians soon grew tired of that and eyed West Virginia sitting there on the eastern border. Soon thousands of fans gathered along the state line and lifted West Virginia into the air, and flipped it over with one, final great heave.
Where West Virginia once sat, all that remains is a huge, dirty hole.
"It reminds me of regular West Virginia, there just aren't any mountains," said one Kentucky fan who cheered on the flipping.
Wait. Alanta is also in Georgia? No, thanks.
Because you definitely want to hear that again.
Picture Kansas Really Likes Kansas
What an ego on those Kansans.