A big win for the Wildcats turned into a big headache for some people who live near the UK campus.
Homeowners along Elizabeth St. say after Saturday's game they dealt with everything from wild parties to bonfires in their driveways.
Tuesday night those neighbors and others from around the city met to voice concerns about partying they say has created a negative image of Lexington, and dangerous conditions for residents. Many at the meeting say city and UK officials need to step up and crack down on out of control parties.
Several Lexington officials were at the meeting. Mayor Newberry says he plans to take residents' suggestions seriously.