Baylor won its first NCAA men’s basketball title in dominant fashion Monday, overwhelming Gonzaga from the opening tip en route to an 86-70 victory in the national championship game.

Baylor, being in Texas, fittingly added some football flair to its celebration. Fans gathered for a watch party at McLane Stadium, home of Baylor’s football team. Judging by the official halftime video shared by Baylor, there was an effort toward mask wearing, if not so much social distancing.

Now THAT was a first half worthy of a #NationalChampionship game — and Baylor students loved every minute of it.#SicEm || #MarchMadnesspic.twitter.com/I9BYqjRWvj

After the final horn in Indianapolis, fans in Waco rushed the field.

Baylor fans storm the field at the McLane Stadium watch party as the Bears win their first National Championship!#NationalChampionship#Baylor#SicEm@25NewsKXXV@BaylorMBBpic.twitter.com/yR9wNzEpk3

The Moment. Congrats @BaylorMBB! CHAMPIONS!! The time IS NOW 🐻 pic.twitter.com/Wix2XpV7Vn

Away from the field, requisite renditions of Queen’s "We are the Champions" blared in scenes that were most certainly not concerned with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

And We’re the Champions blares in Waco.

Side note, as you can see: COVID-19 isn’t on the minds of anyone here tonight. pic.twitter.com/esB9Ez41lP

And couches were burned.

Because, of course, couches were burned.

Never fear. Waco FD is here.

And so is Waco PD. Just in case.

Be safe, Waco. And enjoy a championship run worthy of celebration.

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