Tennessee fans caused a delay at the end of a loss to Ole Miss on Saturday night, throwing trash onto the field in protest of a questionable call.

There were 18 arrests and 47 ejections during the game, a UT Police spokesperson told Knox News.

Per the Knox News report, chancellor Donde Plowman said the university is working with police to identify fans who threw trash on the field:

“We are trying to identify people who threw things onto the field last night in order to hold them accountable,” Plowman said in a statement to Knox News. “Further, athletics is working with UTPD and the Division of Student Life to provide recommendations to me and (athletics director) Danny White related to preventing and deterring bad behavior in the stadium, particularly in our student section.”

Among those potential recommendations to deter bad behavior? The report said students who participated in throwing things on the field could be banned from future games:

The UT spokesperson said students who threw trash on the field during the Vols’ 31-26 loss will go through the student conduct process and lose the ability to attend future games.

We’ll see how many more actions are taken to try to prevent something like this happening in the future.