Apparently some domers went on a bender after their loss to Sparty.
From the Chicago Tribune and SI:
Sophomore tight end Will Yeatman's Notre Dame career could be in jeopardy after he and freshman center Mike Golic Jr. were among 41 people arrested by South Bend Police on misdemeanor underage drinking charges early Sunday after the team returned from its 23-7 loss at Michigan State. Yeatman, who was also the lacrosse team's leading scorer in 2007, was arrested in January after driving drunk on a campus sidewalk (DUDE! T9). He pleaded guilty to drunken driving and reckless driving, although prosecutors agreed to dismiss the drunken-driving charge if he avoided more legal trouble for one year. Yeatman was suspended from spring football and the 2008 lacrosse season. He has two catches for six yards this season. Golic is the son of former Notre Dame defensive lineman and current ESPN radio and television personality Mike Golic. His uncle Bob Golic also was a star for the Irish, and his brother Jake is a high school senior tight end who has committed to Notre Dame. ''I was made aware of the situation late this afternoon and am currently looking into the matter,'' Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis said in a statement.