SUNY Cortland Students Were Out Of Control At Cortaca 2013 (PHOTOS/VIDEO)

Students at the State University of New York at Cortland went absolutely nuts this weekend.

SUNY Cortland won their rivalry game Saturday against Ithaca College by four points, their fourth win in a row in the annual "Cortaca Jug" contest.

After the game, students flooded the streets in a celebration that resulted in nearly three dozen people being arrested, according to the Post-Standard. Officials are not calling it a "riot," but BroBible definitely is.

At least one car was flipped, the streets were covered in beer cans and cups, as intoxicated students tossed pillows, tables, chairs and teddy bears into the air. WSYR reports that between 4,000 and 6,000 people were in the streets.

SUNY Cortland President Erik J. Bitterbaum issued an apology in a statement to the community Sunday.

"The annual Cortaca game is a time-honored athletic tradition that SUNY Cortland and its alumni take great pride in," Bitterbaum said. "Unfortunately, as we all saw Saturday, the athletic contest has become secondary to the celebration for some students, guests and visitors to the community. As an institution dedicated to academic and athletic excellence we are determined to turn this destructive culture around."

It took several law enforcement agencies to control the situation, CNY Central reports.

The Twitter account @SUNYPartyStory gathered many photos of the madness:

Apparently, real life "Mario Kart" was a thing.

Did people get hurt? Yes, they definitely did, but officials haven't released a run down of injuries:



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