Students at Auburn University in Alabama invoked an old tradition this weekend after the Auburn Tigers beat the top-seeded University of Alabama Crimson Tide. When the game was over, football fans filled the Toomer's Corner section of campus, and "rolled" every tree, building, and fixture with toilet paper.
They’re rolling Toomer’s Corner tonight! pic.twitter.com/IqdF6xNVnZ— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) November 26, 2017
This isn't the first time Toomer's Corner has been rolled, and students knew just what to do.
School officials don't seem to have much of a problem with the tradition, as it was commemorated on an official Twitter account.
AU fans roll Toomer's Corner. No shortage of toilet paper on the Plains. Thanks again to my buddy Aaron Lee of WTVM for the video. pic.twitter.com/g953y6K67F— Sheldon Haygood (@SheldonFox6) November 26, 2017
Toomer's Corner at sunrise... pic.twitter.com/ax5IrhbQGV— James Spann (@spann) November 26, 2017
Local journalists even showed up, knowing what was about to happen.
Alumni were prepared as well, and a few hosted smaller celebrations of their own.
I hope they recycle. https://t.co/lgh7bo9Eqg— Jason Gay (@jasongay) November 26, 2017
However, The Wall Street Journal's Jason Gay might have gotten the final word on the revelry.