The Indiana student section continued to redecorate Memorial Stadium during Saturday's game against Cincinnati.
Students in attendance ripped out one row of bleachers and passed it to the top of the stadium during the first quarter.
Indiana 7, Cincinnati 0 only 9 minutes in.<br>Apparently the new tradition at Memorial Stadium is tearing out one bleacher plank every game. Happened last week. <br>Great way to turn it into a Standing Room Only event, I reckon. <a href="https://t.co/wvu7ENqewb">pic.twitter.com/wvu7ENqewb</a>
This is quickly becoming a tradition in Bloomington, Indiana, after the same situation unfolded during the Hoosiers' 56-14 win over Idaho last Saturday.
The Indianapolis Star's Matt Cohen interviewed Carson Key, a sophomore at Indiana. Key said he and his friends were cheering on the team when the bleacher they were standing on cracked.
"We started jumping around with it," Key said of the broken piece of metal. "We just crowd-surfed it for a minute, and then the security people came for it."
Cohen recounted other instances in past years of Indiana students holding up broken Memorial Stadium bleachers as trophies.
According to Sports Illustrated's Pat Forde, the students Saturday carried the bleacher to the top of Memorial Stadium before placing it behind the last row.