Pitt cites $48K in Super Bowl damage

PITTSBURGH -- The University of Pittsburgh has disciplined
24 students for vandalism and other acts after the Pittsburgh Steelers' Super Bowl Feb. 1, and says it has tallied nearly $48,000
in property damage.

University spokesman Robert Hill says more students will likely
be charged as the investigation continues.

Two students were immediately suspended for tearing down bus
shelters while two others were suspended for setting small fires.

The 24 students disciplined were accused of acts raging from
disorderly conduct to burning on campus.

The school says about 20 of its students were among more than 8
arrested by city police as some in the crowds threw bottles, set
small fires, broke store windows and overturned cars.