Emergency crews in Durham are hoping for a peaceful celebration in the event of a New England Patriots win in Sunday's Big Game. If not, they'll be prepared.

According to seacoastonline.com, The University of New Hampshire sent a memo this week to students and parents urging smart choices and peaceful celebrations after Sunday's game. Residence hall leaders are also talking to students. In the past, there have been a number of incidents after significant wins. Last year, police arrested 15 people on various charges after the Pats came back in the historic match-up.

Students living off campus are also on notice. Seacoastonline reported the town of Durham has sent letters to landlords, asking them to speak with tenants before the game.

Moral of the story? You don't have to destroy (likely other people's) property if something goes your way. Matter of fact, use the same logic if it doesn't.