After Penn State shocked then-No. 2 Ohio State 24-21 on Saturday, an estimated 5,000 to 10,000 people went to downtown State College to celebrate.
Now 11 people have been charged because of damage done during the riot, according to the Associated Press.
Celebrating fans damaged or tore down streetlights, street signs and stop signs. The riot did an estimated $30,000 in damages. Of the 11 charged, 10 are current or former Penn State students. State College Police Chief John Gardner said more people will likely be charged.
— The Daily Collegian (@DailyCollegian) October 25, 2016
A Penn State student has started a Go Fund Me page in an effort to raise money to help pay for damages. As of 12:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, $1,350 has been raised toward the $18,000 goal.
Penn State is on the road this Saturday, facing Purdue at 12 p.m. ET on ABC.