Police will be out and about all weekend, Farris said. They're going to talk with fans earlier in the day to let them know they're watching closely. He also thinks police will be less lenient than in the past.
"Instead of telling you to pour out the beer, we're going to say pour out the beer and we're going to cite you," Farris said, adding he's not sure if enforcement was a problem in the past.
In addition to posting photos on social media sites and asking for help in identifying people, the Morgantown Police Department revealed details about six non-arson related arrests from this weekend.
Capt. Kevin Clark identified those arrested as James Zito, 20, of Glenelg, Md.; Kathryn Durko, 21, of Cokeburg, Pa.; Nathan Hoopergarner, 19, of Purseglove, Monongalia County; Timothy Watkins, 22, of Westminster, Md.; Alexandra Amato, 18, of Morgantown; and Vincent Raubaugh, 39 of Germantown, Md.
Zito was charged with obstructing an officer; Durko was charged with battery on an officer, obstructing an officer and disorderly conduct; Hoopergarner was charged with battery on a government representative, health care provider or emergency medical services personnel; Watkins was charged with obstructing an officer and disorderly conduct; Amato was charged with obstructing an officer and possession of alcohol by someone who is underage; and Raubaugh was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Zito, Durko, Watkins and Amato are all WVU students, according to the online student directory. Zito has been arrested several times in the past by WVU police on similar charges, according to school records.
Police saw Zito trying to light fire, according to a press release from the department. When they ordered him to stop, he allegedly ran away. He also is accused of resisting arrest and trying to stop officers from putting handcuffs on him.
Durko allegedly interfered with officers' attempt to arrest another person and "struck an officer with her hand," according to the release.
Hoopengarner allegedly threw a bottle at a police officer.
Watkins allegedly acted "with aggression to officer (attempting to punch)" and resisted arrest.
Amato was allegedly drunk under age and attempted to interfere with the arrest of another person.
Raubaugh acted "in a belligerent, aggressive and drunken manner" and failed to comply with an officer's directions.
Morgantown City Manager Terrance Moore said Wednesday he hopes students will see the charges as a deterrent. Farris said he thinks it will be a good way for people coming in to town to know that Morgantown doesn't tolerate such behavior.
Both expect school and city officials to have their hands full in the near future. With two football games and Halloween in the next three weekends, Manilla said law enforcement is going to change its tactics to prevent future outbursts.
Although he and other officials declined to provide details about those tactics, he said people shouldn't be worried.
"It's nothing drastic or anything that's crazy or way out of the box," Manilla said. "It's no hardcore type of initiatives. Nothing that would actually shock a lot of people."
Manilla also mentioned discussing a large, community bonfire or shutting down a street near the stadium - similar to what he saw when he went to Austin, Texas for the game last weekend.