Bowling green police will be prepared if Kentucky wins and the city gets crazy tonight.
Lexington saw riots couches burning and even flipped cars this past Saturday after the Wildcats won.
BG police say they expect the residents of Bowling Green to be well behaved, but they'll be ready if things do get a little rowdy.
"We're very well aware of the threat and we do have access to many resources that are on stand-by, but at this point in time, we didn't deem it necessary to put all that out there right now," said Bowling Green Police Public Information Officer Ronnie Ward.
Ward says there's always a possibility of a few isolated incidents, but the police department will be on normal patrol tonight unless otherwise needed.
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